As expected, Los Angeles is number one, but some of the others surprised me.
It appears Seattle and Houston improvements have an effect.
Since this info is not specific to a particular brand, I recommend you put it on the Open Talk forum. Some of us have Tom Tom Talk disabled, since we don't own one.
Thanks and Regards....
Hmm I would think DC would be #1...horrible traffic.
I lived in DC for four years, and near LA for 3. DC drivers, IMHO, are better drivers. Perhaps this is one reason why LA has more problems.
I had thought about that when I posted. It's OK with me. I'm not sure how to do that though.
New York is 15th? I'll stop complaining now. (I'll start back when I drive home later!)
NY may have a bit less wait time than DC, but the driving in DC is much easier. In DC, people tend to stay in their lanes. If you need to change lanes, you use a directional signal and someone will actually let you in! (a shocker to someone who didn't grow up there, southern hospitality I guess).
In NY, a directional signal is a sign of weakness, if you use it you're from out of town and you're about to be cut off. You're on constant lookout for a way to change lanes because nobody is going to let you in (unless they're tourists from DC), and always watching out for the drivers that expect you to get out of their way as they point-and-shoot their way through traffic - trying to fit a Suburban into a space too small for a Smart car.
They may be on the road longer in DC, but it's a lot easier on the nerves than in NY.
I can name a few, but won't. Not wanting to generalize... I recently drove cross country. What a surprise when I see a sign that says 'xxxx lane closed 1/2 mile', and for the next half mile the only traffic in that lane was the occasional New Yorker....
The left lane isn't the passing lane in NY, it's the 'entitlement lane'. You have a license, you are now entitled to park your slow a$$ in the left lane.....until 100 feet before your exit!
Who would have thought New York would only be at 15th place?
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