Best and Worst U.S. Car Commutes
Editor's note: This story was created through a partnership with the personal finance Web site Bundle.
BOSTON (TheStreet) -- Whether you live in a city, the suburbs or farm country, commuting by car to and from work can be an unavoidable expense.
Beyond the obvious cost of gas, there are other ways a commute lightens your wallet -- wear and tear on your car, repairs and the value of your time as you are stuck behind the wheel in traffic.
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An analysis of commuting costs and trends by TheStreet and Bundle set out to determine not only what people throughout the U.S. spend each year for transportation, but what cities are the worst off in terms of expenses. A ranking of how 90 U.S. cities fared can be found on the last page of this story.
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