The rise of ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft has made it easier than ever to get around in urban areas—so easy that some people are forgoing car ownership and using ride-hailing exclusively. A new AAA analysis has found that for the average driver in an urban area, however, traveling solely via ride-hail would cost $20,118 annually—more than twice the cost of owning a vehicle. How do the two compare, and how much do ride-hailing costs vary between cities?