Huffington Post 

For some people, commuting to work means hopping out of bed and heading to the next room to sit in a home office. For others, it involves dealing with hours of traffic on the highway.

In certain major cities, it’s almost guaranteed that traffic will be horrible every single day. Our friends at WalletHub calculated the worst cities to be a driver in, and the results are pretty predictable.

First, WalletHub ranked the 100 most populated U.S. Cities according to the costs of car ownership and the time, money and safety involved with commuting. Then, the site analyzed those cities based on 21 different factors, including gas prices, parking costs, average traffic delays, car thefts and accident likelihood.

1. New York, New York 

2. Washington, D.C.

3. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

4. San Francisco, California

5. Detroit, Michigan

6. Newark, New Jersey

7. Boston, Massachusetts 

8. Chicago, Illinois 

9. Baltimore, Maryland

10. Los Angeles, California 


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