A new poll found more than a quarter of us use our car as a place to relax and escape. But that doesn't mean driving is a stress-free experience. Here are the most stressful things about driving, according to the survey.

Tough driving conditions. People ranked driving in snow as the most stressful. Then driving in rain, driving in fog, and driving at night.

Driving in an area you don't know very well. Even with GPS, it's stressful.

Tailgaters I have to admit that drives me up the wall!

Hitting a big pothole, I always wonder what I broke on my car when you hit one of those monster potholes here in the Berkshires.

When a big truck is driving right next to you.

When a warning light comes on. Like your "Check Engine" light or "Gas" light. I am going to admit this, my check engine light has been on for a while.

When you can't find a parking space.

Driving down a road that's too narrow.

I hate to say Parallel parking is one of those things I can do without I never get close enough to the curb. Especially if people are watching you. One in five people said they try their best to avoid parallel parking in general.

Here some other favs for you, Merging onto a busy highway, going around a blind corner sitting in stand-still traffic, missing an exit, so you have to turn around dealing with backseat drivers, and driving with kids in the car.

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