Report: Bad Roads Cost N.J. Drivers $596 A Year

pothole08Bad roads across cost New Jersey drivers an average of $596 a year in repairs, the highest in the nation, according to a report. The report said a study by the U.S. Public Interest Group calculated costs for bent rims, flat tires and other repairs that were attributable to bad roads. New York ranked eighth at $405 a year and Pennsylvania was 14th at $346. Star Ledger.

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