MotoringResearch.com have reported the results of a survey that reveals Britain’s worst city to drive in. And some people might be surprised by the results, as most would automatically assume the title would go to London.
Infact, Birmingham was revealed as the worst city to drive in, probably not helped by the fact that Spaghetti Junction was described as ‘traffic hell’.
London wasn’t close behind, with 21% of the vote. This was followed by Bristol (17%), Liverpool (15%) and Cambridge (14%).
MotoringResearch.com also reported that George Charles, spokesperson for the website that conducted the survey, said: “Driving in a new place for the first time can always be a daunting task, but no more so than when your route takes you through Spaghetti Junction, or into a long queue on the M25 while trying to manoeuvre your way around London.
“It’s great to tackle these though, and not let the fears and worries put you off. Always keep alert, stay fully focused on the road and what’s going on around you, and where possible have a sat nav installed to help you navigate the lanes and turnings.”
The survey was carried out by VoucherCodesPro.co.uk and the full article can be found here –