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San Francisco, CA (June 17, 2014) – NerdWallet, a consumer finance site, has determined the nation’s best and worst cities for drivers.
Driving can be a hassle regardless of location, but factors such as gas prices and weather differ from place to place and make some cities better than others for drivers. NerdWallet took the following factors into account to find the best and worst cities for drivers:
Albuquerque topped the best cities list, while New York City is #1 on the worst cities list. Some interesting findings include:
See the full best cities list here and the worst cities list here.
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