There are certain drawbacks with living in New York State. Obviously, high taxes are one of them. The cold and snow is another drawback, although I guess that depends on who you're asking, since snow can mean beautiful scenery and of course, skiing and snowboarding.

Much of the state doesn't have to deal with crazy traffic, but there are certain cities in New York that feature some pretty confusing roadways and highway systems.

For reference, I recently drove down to Nashville, and cities such as Cincinnati has almost every city in New York beat when it comes to confusing highway systems, but we hold our own in New York.

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Here in Buffalo, the highway systems are not confusing at all, since much of it is a straight line until you get to an exit or clear fork. We also don't have nearly as much traffic, as say, New York City.

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