Motorcyclist wins $2.65M in suit against N.J. county claiming large potholes caused bad crash - Adventure Rider
A six-member jury has awarded a New Jersey motorcyclist $2.65 million (US) due to […]
*** We all have seen and been affected by terrible pot holes and road conditions that aren't supposed to be there but the city, county or State doesn't seem to do the job that fuel taxes are paying them to do so here's my idea:
Whip that phone out and take a picture and identify the area, attach it to an email and send it to the applicable road dept, notifying them about it. CC as many people you know in the area and ask them to do the same! An email to a Barrister or your Assemblyman or Congressman wouldn't hurt either.
Winter sand, salt and pea gravel at intersections, turns and signal lights/ stop signs last for months until rain and traffic dissipates the situation that can put a rider down in a micro-second.
Who in the world came up with 'Tar Snakes,' all over city and rural roads that are not only very slick in the rain but almost as bad when the tarmac is HOT.