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The best and worst cities for drivers

Driving to work can be a painful experience, especially if the trip includes heavy traffic, requires expensive gas, or means you have to pay for parking.

These annoyances are particularly acute for people in certain parts of the country, inspiring WalletHub to determine the best and worst cities to be a driver.

By using 21 metrics, ranging from the cost of insurance to the number of car washes, WalletHub ranked the 100 most populated cities. Did yours make the list?

First up, the worst...

—By Ali Montag, special to CNBC
Posted 19 June 2015

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