Worst Condition Roads
Drivers Should Avoid: Los Angeles, Long Beach, and Santa Ana, California
In a survey last year by research group TRIP, our great land's famously beaten and battered roads were meticulously catalogued and rated. And the results weren't pretty. While New York City's notoriously moon-like post-winter streets offer stiff competition, it turns out the beat up stretch of the 405 between Los Angeles and Santa Ana took home the crown. TRIP also estimates that bad roads tax the average American driver $377 annually in maintenance costs.