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Driving in Baltimore can be an extreme sport some days so this new ranking the city has earned isn’t surprising at all.

According to a new report recently released by WalletHub, Baltimore is the eighth worst city to drive in. Washington D.C. takes seventh place and if you keep going up I-95, you’ll be the worst city to drive in as Philadelphia takes that title.

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WalletHub compared the 100 largest cities across 30 key metrics including average gas prices to “annual hours in traffic congestion per auto commuter to auto-repair shops per capita.”

Below are the top 10 worst cities to drive in. Do any of them surprise you? 


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1. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia Source:Getty

2. Detroit, Michigan

Detroit, Michigan - Skyline at Dusk Source:Getty

3. Oakland, California

Oakland CA downtown 05-13-2022 Source:Getty

4. San Francisco, California

San Francisco Bay Source:Getty

5. Chicago, Illinois

Chicago city Skyline and frozen Lake Michigan in winter, Illinois, USA Source:Getty

6. New York, New York

Manhattan Midtown Skyline, Seen From Across The Hudson River At Night. Beautiful Reflections Source:Getty

7. Washington, D.C.

The Washington Monument and The National Mall - Washington DC, USA. Source:Getty

8. Baltimore, MD

Baltimore's Inner Harbor Source:Getty

9. Seattle, Washington

Seattle at Dawn Source:Getty

10. Los Angeles, California

PIco Union neighborhood of Los Angeles Source:Getty