MADISON, WI (WTAQ) - It’s apparently safer to drive in Madison than in most other large U.S. cities. That’s according to the April issue of Men’s Health magazine. It ranks Madison as the ninth-safest U.S. city for drivers. That’s based on the rate of fatal accidents and alcohol-related crashes – plus things like seat-belt usage, laws on cell-phone use, speeding records, and the average amount of time that drivers have between accidents. St. Paul, Minnesota ranks as the safest U.S. city for drivers among 100 listed in the Men’s Health survey. Saint Louis and Dallas were listed as the worst.
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