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CHICAGO, IL - MAY 23: Traffic jams up on the Kennedy Expressway leaving the city for the Memorial Day weekend on May 23, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois. AAA forecasts the number of drivers taking to the roads for the holiday will hit a 10-year record. The motor club expects roughly eight in ten Americans to take a road trip during the long weekend. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

While some people love to get behind the wheel of their car and drive, others dread having to go anywhere in their vehicle, and where you live could play a role in which side of that opinion you fall on.

  • WalletHub has just come out with their picks for the Best and Worst Cities to Drive In.
  • They looked at 100 of the largest U.S. cities on 31 factors of driver-friendliness in areas like cost of ownership, traffic and infrastructure, safety and access to vehicles and maintenance.
  • Those factors include gas prices, annual hours of traffic delays, cost of a new car, average commute time and more.
  • Overall, Lincoln, Nebraska tops the list as the best city to drive in, scoring a 68.01, and landing in the Top Five for cost of ownership and safety.
  • NC has 3 cities on the list. The most of any state.
  1. Lincoln, NE
  2. Raleigh, NC
  3. Corpus Christi, TX
  4. Greensboro, NC
  5. Boise, ID
  6. Plano, TX
  7. Winston-Salem, NC
  8. Nashville, TN
  9. Orlando, FL
  10. Omaha, NE

Click here to find out where your city falls on the list.