(CBS DETROIT) – Detroit’s roads were ranked as the worst city to drive in the nation, in a recent WalletHub report.

According to the American Society of Civil Engineers, America’s highways and bridges are underfunded, with an $836 billion backlog of repairs needed. The World Economic forum ranks U.S. roads at 11th in quality out of 140 economically developed nations.

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In order to determine the best and worst cities for drivers, WalletHub compared a sample of the 100 most populated U.S. cities across four key dimensions:
1. Cost of ownership and maintenance

2. Traffic and infrastructure

3. Safety

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4. Access to vehicles and maintenance

WalletHub’s sample considers only the city proper in each case and excludes cities in the surrounding metro area.

To view the entire report visit here.

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