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Low population density means less people travelling, and less accident would happen, it's just a common sense; everybody knows that.
P.S. Driving in NYC could really drive you crazy.
I find it refreshing, however, in lieu of the recent output of "marijuana-related car accident fatalities" articles, that the safest city listed is in Colorado. One has nothing to do with the other in this situation, but, just to say; it is with skewed mathematics they gather these results!
There are lots of winding back mountain rds. Deer bolt in front of your car on a daily basis, not to mention lots of snow and ice storms in the winter. I worry more about my children driving here than I would in a more congested area. On the other hand car insurance is cheaper! Lol.
I "bet" in Reno everyone is at the slots
& tables, not cruising around town !!!
yeah cities are safer to driver when you have low populations
well here in Arizona is pretty safe if you drive in the desert
because it's just you and the sand
what do all these places have in common besides being small towns?
very few ghetto-trash negroes, very few ghetto-trash Hispanics and very few white-trash on the roadways...
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