Workers forced to drive in and out of Belfast each day are the angriest commuters in the UK, according to a survey.
The daily UK road trip adds up to an average annual total of 7,130 miles, the poll by Allianz Your Cover found — the equivalent of New York and back.
Only 15% of UK drivers enjoy the commute, 70% are miserable about the state of roads and congestion and 19% long for better driving from other commuters.
Around a third of car commuters said they arrived at work frazzled, while 43% said cheaper fuel would improve their feelings about their daily journeys.
Northampton was home to the calmest commuters, while Belfast had the angriest.
Northampton was also seen as the best place to travel to and from work, with 75% of people in this area enjoying their daily journeys. The next-best commuting destinations were Newcastle upon Tyne, Worcester, Norwich and Cardiff.
Coventry was considered the worst place for commuters, followed by Gloucester, Sheffield, Portsmouth and Liverpool.