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Baltimore has the worst drivers in the country according to a new study by Allstate.

B’More came in 200th on the 2019 America’s Best Drivers report released Tuesday. The insurance company annually ranks the 200 largest U.S. cities by frequency of accidents, based on Allstate claims data.

Baltimore drivers had an average of 4.2 years between claims (the national average is 10.6).

Washington, D.C. was second-worst on the list coming in at 199th.

According to Fox 45, Allstate ranked “Risky Roads” for each city.

Baltimore’s “risky road” was The Beltway I-695 and in D.C., it was Route 295.

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