Dave Fortney loves to drive in Greensboro, N.C. The roads are impeccably maintained, uncrowded and, well, fun.

"Compared to most cities, the Greensboro area doesn't have the level of congestion and you can move around pretty easily without worrying about the time of day," says Fortney, who works for a banking technology firm in Winston-Salem, N.C.

He's not alone. A recent survey by Waze, a community-based navigation app, found Greensboro ranked the highest in driver satisfaction in the United States, rating an 8.7 out of a possible 10 points. Lexington, Ky., Dayton, Ohio, and Macon, Ga., also drew top honors (see below). The worst cities included Honolulu (with an embarrassing score of 4.69), two California cities — Los Angeles and San Diego — and Portland, Ore.

All of which brings up two interesting questions, just as Americans gear up for their spring break road trips: Where should you drive? And where shouldn't you?

BEST AND WORST PLACES TO DRIVE

U.S.

Best

1. Greensboro, N.C.

2. Lexington, Ky.

3. Dayton, Ohio

4. Macon, Ga.

5. Albany, N.Y.

Worst

1. Honolulu

2. Jacksonville, Fla.

3. San Diego

4. Los Angeles

5. Portland, Ore.

WORLD

Best

1. Netherlands

2. France

3. United States

4. Czech Republic

5. Belgium

Worst

1. Philippines

2. Dominican Republic

3. El Salvador

4. Indonesia

5. Russia

Source: Waze

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