Dubai has been ranked as the second-best place in the world for driving.
That’s according to a global survey by the French firm Mister Auto, which rated 100 cities across indicators like road infrastructure, fatality rates and air quality.
The emirate scored high on factors like low fuel costs, good quality roads, less congestion and low incidents of road rage.
Canada’s Calgary topped the overall index, while Ottawa, Bern, Vancouver, El Paso and Gothenburg were some of the other cities in the top-10.
At the other end, Mumbai, Ulaanbaatar, Kolkata, Lagos and Karachi were rated among the worst in the world, when it comes to the driving experience.