2022 Study Ranks El Paso One of the Best Cities In the U.S. to Drive in
Driving in El Paso is not all that unpleasant.
In fact, according to Wallethub the Sun City offers a better experience behind the wheel than most of the 100 largest cities in America; good enough to rank in the top 15.
Best Cities to Drive In 2022
Per the latest study, El Paso is the 13th best city to drive in.
Now before you demand a recount and start listing the number of ways El Paso drivers suck, you have to understand the rankings have nothing to do with tailgating, lack of courtesy, or any of the other numerous things people on the mean streets of El Paso do to tick you off on the daily.
To determine “2022’s Best & Worst Cities to Drive in,” the financial website looked at 30 factors of driver-friendliness in areas such as hours spent in traffic congestion, cost of vehicle ownership and maintenance, rate of car thefts, and share of uninsured drivers -- all of which El Paso scored fairly well in.
Although I'm not sure how we can score high in an 'uninsured drivers' category unless its 'most number of.'
All that being said, you’re initial reaction when you first read the headline was right on the money. El Paso drivers do suck. It's so bad out there, some days I have to forego driving altogether just to give my middle finger some much needed rest.