WASHINGTON — If you live in D.C., Maryland or Virginia, we know you've heard DMV drivers can't drive when there's a little bit of precipitation. 

Well, it may actually be true - at least according to a recent study from the Allstate America's Best Drivers Report.

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The 2018 report identifies which of the 200 largest U.S. cities and their surrounding suburban metropolitan areas have the safest drivers. 

Of those 200 cities, Baltimore, Maryland ranked the worst, the District ranked the third worst and Alexandria, Virginia is the eighth worst. 

Do better, DMV. 

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And during major weather events like Wednesday's snowfall and wintry mix, do everyone a favor and just stay off the road.