By James Wong
There seems to a slew of global onslaughts upon car ownership. Undeniably, we are faced almost universally with higher gasoline prices. But in some cities, gasoline is the least of a motorist’s problems: high crime rates and fraudulent claims have driven insurance premiums to unthinkable levels. In others, you are even charged for entering certain zones in town. We at Autosavant thought it would be meaningful, tongue-in-cheek, to let our readers know just how draconian some cities can be towards car ownership. So here’s a peek into some of the nastiest places to own a car. The list isn’t exhaustive, of course.