Canada’s Most Dangerous and Safest places to Drive

According to the Allstate Insurance Company of Canada’s 2017 Safe Driving Study based on Allstate Canada consumers in 93 Canadian communities.

Halifax, Nova Scotia, has the highest collision frequency rate 7.9% in Canada in 2017. It’s the 3rd consecutive year that Halifax has topped the collision frequency in Canada.

car-dashboard-2667434_1920Ajax, Ontario, is ranked the 2nd most dangerous place to drive in Canada with a collision frequency rate of 7.7%.

North York, Ontario, is ranked the 3rd most dangerous place to drive in Canada with a collision frequency rate of 7.67%.

These are the top 3 communities with the highest collision frequency rate per 100 cars.

Hanmer, Ontario ranked the safest place to drive, with a collision frequency rate of only 3.65%.

Spruce Grove, Atlanta ranked the2nd safest place to drive, with a collision frequency rate of 3.79%.

ford-2705402_1920Chelmsford, Ontario ranked 3rd safest place to drive, with a collision frequency rate of 3.82%

According to the study, Friday is the most dangerous day of the week and Sunday is the safest.

The most severe collisions can be attributed to incidents involving pedestrians and cyclists, while the second-most severe type was head-on collisions.

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