CBS says so. But boy, I dunno. Although the byline is “Cambridge, MA”, which means driving in Boston, with the dearth of street signs, and traffic patterns made for oxcarts and not automobiles… I think my favorite is the three-hour traffic jams on I-93 South for no particular reason.
Of course, there’s always the “T”. But getting to the stations is a pain in the ass. And there is always the chance you will never return. So yeah, driving can be stressful, especially in the Hub, where the majority of Mass-holes seem to have an irrational phobia of turn signals. Were you to descend while skydiving at the same rate traffic moves in Boston on any given afternoon, you might not hit terra firma for an hour or two. So maybe CBS has a point.