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What Are This Year's Best And Worst Cities To Drive In?

Posted on July 18, 2018
Gridlock is never fun. (Creative Commons image)

Gridlock is never fun. (Creative Commons image)

Drivers annually spend an average of more than 290 hours on the road. For a full-time worker, that equals a seven-week vacation.

Add the costs of wasted time and fuel due to traffic congestions, and our collective tab comes to about $124 billion annually, or $1,700 per household.

Click here to read the study's findings in detail

Related Topics: best cities for business, driver behavior, driver safety, research and trends, traffic assessment, traffic jams

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