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The 2019 Most Courageous Cities Award
Insurify recognized and honored the cities with an exceptional proportion of residents motivated to risk their own safety for the wellbeing of others.
RESULTS: 2019 Top STEM Cities Awards
This award goes to the top city in each state that demonstrates exceptional dedication to advancements in STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.
Manic Motorists: States with the Most Reckless Drivers
Operating a motor vehicle is a responsibility that some do not take seriously.
America’s 10 Deadliest Jobs
Most of us worry about job security at one time or another, but job safety is also a concern for some.
On the Run: States with the Most Hit and Runs
Hit and run collisions are a dangerous traffic violation that need to be stamped out. These are the states that are most guilty.
Over the Limit: Cities with the Most DUIs
Drunk driving is a problem all across the country. Here are the cities where it is most prevalent.
Car Models With the Most Hit and Runs
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety estimated that more than one hit-and-run crash occurs every minute on the roads, as of 2016.
2019 Safest Cities Awards
There are a number of factors that determine the overall traffic safety of a city.
These Are the States That Really Need Road Repairs
They’re all too familiar sights on American roads: small cracks that spider through black pavement or large potholes that send an unsettling jolt through any vehicles that drive over them.
These Are the Cities With the Worst Drivers
A study done in 2014 by a pair of New York University researchers found that the average driver would rate themselves in the 70th percentile for driving ability.