Each year, Wallethub releases a list for the Best and Worst Cities to Drive in according to factors including gas price, traffic congestion, theft and auto repair shops per capita.
While the rankings may be exciting for those cities that fall within the "best" portion of the list, it leaves the places listed as "worst" with a bad reputation.
What people may not know, is that many of the cities with poor driving records offer other great transportation options. So don't be deterred from discovering all that these cities have to offer. Metros, light rail systems, walking and bike sharing in these areas will get you to some fantastic attractions ranging from top-of-the-line dining options to world-class museums, theme parks and shopping experiences.