The city with the highest accident rate, with the fewest cars, is Boston.
In 2016, there were 2,977 accidents involving 1,945 people killed and 1,839 injured.
That rate was just 4.7% lower than the national average of 4.9%.
The city’s average car maintenance cost was $12,000, compared with $22,000 for the national figure.
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, has the most car accidents with 7,937, followed by Minneapolis with 6,039 and Providence with 6.538.
Detroit, home to the National Football League’s Detroit Lions, has 5,636 accidents with 2,872 fatalities and 1.5 million injuries.
San Jose, California, had the second highest accident rates with 756 accidents and 1 million injuries, followed closely by San Francisco with 719 accidents and 936 injuries.
The city of Sacramento had the third highest accident totals with 1,068 accidents and 533,000 injuries.
In 2016, the average cost of car maintenance in the city was $24,000.