Hours stuck in their car.

This is the daily life of many motorists in large cities.

With the end of teleworking and public transport still shunned, the situation seems even worse since the start of the school year.

From this observation, the magazine

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wanted to know in its last issue which were the French cities where drivers struggled the most to join or leave their jobs.

And in this little game, it's Rennes which has won the title of the most congested city in France since the start of the school year.

According to this ranking established from Tom Tom GPS data, motorists lost an average of 6:05 p.m. due to traffic jams in the Breton capital in September, an increase of 3:31 compared to the same period last year.

Marseille and Bordeaux completed the podium with respectively 5:22 p.m. and 4:59 p.m. lost in traffic jams.

Note that Paris only ranks 7th in this ranking with “only” 3:40 pm lost in traffic jams.


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