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Amarillo ranks as fourth safest driving city in Texas

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Amarillo, TX - Amarillo is one of the safest cities in which to drive, according to Allstate Insurance's "America's Best Drivers Report."

Right behind Brownsville, Laredo and McAllen, Amarillo is said to be the fourth safest driving city in the state of Texas.

And based on Allstate's accident claims data and census information, the list ranks the 200 most populous cities in the nation. In that list, Amarillo ranked number 41.

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