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It may not seem like when sitting in traffic, but North Carolina drivers were crowned as some of the best in the nation.

The Wallethub study looked at a few factors when scoring each city, ‘including safety, access to cars and congestion on roads.’ While North Carolina was highly scored on the cost of owning a car, maintenance, gas prices, and insurance premiums, it was also marked below average for traffic and infrastructure—a.k.a commute, and road conditions.

Currently, Raleigh holds the title as the most driver-friendly city in the nation, but Charlotte, Greensboro, and Winston Salem are not far behind in the top ten.

-Written by Sarah Teague 

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