Drivers spend a normal of 44 hours a year looking for a parking spot.
This expenses Â£733 in time and fuel, or Â£23 billion to the country, an investigation appears.
London was positioned the most exceedingly terrible city for stopping, as drivers squander as much as 67 hours every year, costing them Â£1,104.
It was trailed by Belfast (56 hours and Â£928), Leeds (47 hours and Â£772) and Bristol (46 hours and Â£768).
Birmingham, Cardiff, Manchester, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Southampton finished the best ten.
The examination, by the movement information provider Inrix, found that the aggregate yearly cost of time spent hunting down a space, cash overspent for stopping, and tickets for outstaying was more than Â£30billion.
The issue is bad to the point that 40 for each penny of drivers abstain from heading to the shops, while 25 for each penny won’t drive to the GP.
The English discoveries originated from Inrix’s database of 8,700 urban areas in more than 100 nations, consolidated with a current overview of 7,035 drivers in ten UK urban areas.
Dr Graham Cookson, boss financial expert at Inrix, said the Â£30billion cost ‘is borne by drivers as well as by nearby economies as individuals evade shops because of stopping issues’.
He said stopping firms and committees must make it less demanding for drivers to discover spaces by enhancing data about where they are, including: ‘Stopping torment will just deteriorate until the point when innovation is completely grasped.’