With gas prices falling over the past few months but remaining higher than they were last summer, the personal-finance website WalletHub today released its report on 2018’s Best & Worst Cities to Drive in.
To compile the list, the report compared the 100 largest cities using 29 key indicators of driver-friendliness. Their data set included; average gas prices, average annual hours of traffic delays, and auto-repair shops per capita.
Raleigh ranked number 1 in the country, with Greensboro (#4), Winston-Salem (#6), Durham (#7), and Charlotte (#19) not falling very far behind;
You can read more about the methodology and results on the full report here.
Where’s your favorite place to drive?