Oakland, California is the worst city in the country for drivers, according to new rankings from WalletHub.
The website compared the 100 most populated cities in the U.S. across four categories: 1) Cost of Ownership & Maintenance 2) Traffic & Infrastructure 3) Safety and 4) Access to Vehicles & Maintenance. Thirty metrics were analyzed, including gas prices, commute times, road quality and traffic fatality rates.
Four out of the top 10 worst cities for driving are in California, according to the report. San Francisco was named the second-worst, followed by Detroit; Washington, DC; Los Angeles; Philadelphia; Chicago; New York; Seattle; and Stockton.
Corpus Christi, Texas was named the best city for driving.
See the full list and methodology here.
List and data were compiled by WalletHub and do not reflect statistics on all localities.