Livermore to Castle Air Museum - Sun., February 25, 2024

Our February run will take us over backroads through the hills and valleys of the East Bay and out to the Central Valley and Castle Air Muse...

You Pay On Average $335 For Pothole Damage

According to a report by the U.S. Public Interest Research Group it costs motorists an average of $335 each year to repair pothole damage to their vehicles. Collectively, that is $67 billion dollars annually. The Research Group found that 45 percent of the roads in the United States, for a total of 150,000 miles of road, are in poor, mediocre or fair condition and 12% of all bridges have structurally deteriorated. The report found the road in best condition were in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, Montana and Nevada while the worst roads were in Alaska, Rhode Island, New Jersey, Vermont and California.

[Source: via Wired's Autopia]