TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Three Florida metro areas are tops for fatal
car crashes involving teen drivers around the holidays.
The Tampa Bay area, Jacksonville and Orlando rank first, second
and third in the study being released Wednesday by the Allstate
The insurance giant analyzed federal crash statistics and claims
in major metro areas over the past eight holiday seasons to come up
with the list of 50 teen-driving hotspots.
Rounding out of the top 10 are the metro areas of Kansas City,
Mo.; Birmingham, Ala.; Phoenix; Las Vegas; Oklahoma City;
Louisville, Ky.; and Richmond, Va.
The safest places for teen drivers during the holidays are Salt
Lake City, San Francisco and Cleveland.