The ease with which you can get around in your vehicle can greatly affect daily life in a city. Of course, no place is immune to the stress of getting stuck in rush hour gridlock and the infrastructure woes that can make commuting by car a nightmare—even if they’re not among the largest metropolises on the map. But if you’ve ever wondered just how bad you have it every time you start your engine, new research now shows which cities are the worst to drive in.
The latest findings come thanks to a study conducted by personal finance website WalletHub, which collected data from the
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