It's a well known fact that city driving absolutely disgusts me. You have to weave around to make sure you stay on course for your exit, half the crap's under construction, and with all those stupid people you have to share the road with, it's no fun. At all. But some cities I can do as if they're just a minor inconvenience whereas some of them have actually threatened my safety on the road, leaving my defensive driving as the only thin line between life and death. So what are the worst cities to drive in? 5. St. Louis- The drivers here are actually fairly civil, my issue with this one is just the fact that it's horribly designed. You have like 6-way intersections downtown, situations where only one lane lets you continue on the highway, stuff crisscrossing everywhere, whoever designed this city needs a new job. I've never been able to traverse it westbound without getting lost, one time it even reduced Ben and Emily to a couple of children bickering over directions. 4. Cincinnati- Ah, Cincinasty, admit it, you probably expected this to be higher. And honestly, it probably should be. This city was plagued with multiple infrastructure problems over the years (abandoned subway tunnels running under the city that never opened, politicians bickering about who builds a new bridge while the old one endangers people, good stuff) and as a result, some really bad driving habits developed here. Drivers here just think they can do everything suddenly, be it slam on the brakes or put their blinker on after two wheels have already darted into the other lane. Luckily a bypass does exist in 275 so while it still has the annoying drivers, it doesn't have the rapid traffic flow or badly designed exits everywhere. 3. Philadelphia- Imagine bumper-to-bumper traffic full of Jersey drivers (drivers with Cinci habits but taken to the absolute extreme) that won't let you in, drive too slowly, and think the idea is to pack it in as close as possible on the highway. Not to mention some genius decided there needed to be a giant toll plaza downtown where you stop in the middle of a big urban area full of interchanges and pay a toll. No, City of Philadelphia, YOU should be paying ME to drive through this nightmare! 2. Providence- By far the worst drivers I've ever encounter. These idiots do everything in the books! Swerving, darting, clustering, if you were told not to do it in driver's ed they do it. And it shows, we saw roughly 5 wrecks just driving through to New Bedford. Their exits have the worst design ever, basically requiring you to dart to get on or off. One of only two cities where I legitimately felt in danger driving. Luckily, this one is like pulling a tooth where it only hurts for a bit. Unlike the worst city I've ever driven in... 1. New York City- The people are insane. It's full of tolls and the like. the numerous ways to get through the city are guaranteed to confuse the heck out of your GPS, and it goes on for literally a full hour. And there's no effective bypass around any of it. I literally felt like someone was going to take me into a concrete wall the whole drive. My girlfriend actually thinks I have anxiety now because of how much this place stressed me out to drive in. Never go here. Ever. So what are the worst city driving experiences you've ever had? Post away!