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#1 New York: The big apple earned the top spot due to its high gas costs, traffic and parking troubles, according to Nerdwallet.
#2 Chicago: Residents here pay 30 percent more than the national average for gas and waste an average of 51 hours per year sitting in traffic.
#3 San Francisco: Gas prices here aren't bad, but the average driver spends 61 hours a year in traffic.
#4 Los Angeles: Lack of adequate public transportation makes driving a necessity in this sprawling city and the average commuter sits in traffic a whopping 61 hours per year.
#5 Boston: Parking and commuting is tough in this densely populated city.
#6 Washington D.C.: Commuters in the nation's capital spend nearly two weeks per year in traffic.
#7 Oakland, Calif.: This bay area city has all the driving delays of San Francisco and far less of the scenery.
#8 Honolulu: Gasoline prices are about 17 percent higher than the national average.
#9 Portland, Ore.: Gas is 15 percent more expensive than the rest of the U.S.
#10 Philadelphia: Population density of more than 11,000 people per square mile is what got the City of Brotherly Love on the list of 10 worst cities to drive a car.
#1 Raleigh, N.C.: Low gas prices, low traffic and beautiful scenery bring this North Carolina city in at the top of Nerdwallet's list.
#2 Bakersfield, Calif.: Very low traffic levels make travel easy.
#3 Wichita, Kan.: Cheap gas, little traffic and low population density make travel a breeze.
#4 Kansas City, Mo.: Like many cities on the good list, cheap gas and low population density work in the favor of Kansas City drivers.
#5 Tulsa, Okla.:Other than severe weather, Tulsa commuters have little to worry about, according.
#6 Albuquerque, N.M: Traffic here is a little more than others on the good list, but that is balanced out by cheap gas and moderate population density.
#7 Omaha, Neb.: A scenic place to drive plus cheap gas and moderate population density puts this city on the list.
#8 El Paso, Texas: Despite more traffic than other places on the list, El Paso is all about cheap gas.
#9 Colorado Springs, Colo.: Driving here is relatively low stress due to slightly lower than average gas prices, moderate population density and only 26 hours of delay per commuter.
#10 Fresno, Calif.: Gas prices are average, but traffic not too bad in Fresno.