Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- Las Vegas isn't ranking well when it comes to safe driving. In fact, the area is near the bottom of the list.
Allstate Insurance company ranks cities across the country every year, and in this year's "America's Best Drivers Report," Las Vegas struggled at No. 130.
But there is one bright spot. That number has improved by six spots since 2012.
The report ranks American cities by how often cars crash.
The report said the average driver in Las Vegas will experience an auto collision every nine years.