BRIGHTON has been hailed as one of the most expensive places to park your car.

The city’s car parks were ranked the third most expensive in England, according to data compiled by car finance experts Zuto.

The average daily rate to park here is £29.

The Brighton Centre car park was ranked as the most expensive place to park, costing drivers £32 for the whole day.

North Road car park will set drivers back £31 and The Lanes car park £21.

On the other end of the scale, Regency Mews car park was ranked the cheapest at £9 a day.

Trafalgar Street is £12, Regency Square £13 and Churchill Square £17.50.

Zuto analysed car parks in over 40 cities across the UK to reveal the cheapest and the most expensive places to park within a 25-minute walking distance of each city centre.

Wolverhampton was ranked the cheapest city for parking at an average of £1.90 a day, followed by Bradford, Kingston-Upon-Hull, Wakefield and Carlisle.

The most expensive city to park your car was London with a whopping £53.80 average daily rate followed by Liverpool, Manchester and Birmingham.

Liverpool Lime Street’s short-stay car park was found to be the most expensive at a jaw-dropping £135 to leave your car all day.