Traffic jams, road construction, bad weather, lack of parking, cost of gas, likelihood of an accident, and even the cost of vehicle ownership can all contribute to numerous everyday challenges for drivers. NerdWallet has analyzed driving conditions, time spent driving and insurance costs to rank the worst cities in the United States for drivers on the road.
NerdWallet looked at 50 of the largest metro areas in the U.S. and considered these seven factors to determine the 10 worst cities for drivers in 2015:
- How bad are delays?
- How congested is it during peak commute times?
- How’s the weather?
- Is parking available?
- How much does car insurance cost annually?
- How expensive is gas?
- Is there a higher chance for an accident?
Can you guess which city tops the 2015 rankings of the most miserable city for commuters and drivers?