The U.S.'s state of road-disrepair is documented by the The Road Information Program's (TRIP) latest report, “Extra Vehicle Operating Costs: What Motorists Pay to Drive on Roads in Need of Repair.” The trip report, issued earlier this year, claims that poor road repair costs motorists an extra $41.5 billion annually in unnecessary additional vehicle operating costs. The amount breaks down to approximately $222 for every motorist in the U.S., says the non-profit group's report. TRIP says ...
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