Tell us what you think and get this great bumper sticker
Driving in Maine during pothole season can be a challenge.
That is because Maine state, in fact, has some of the roughest roads.
- Between 46 and 91 percent of the pavement on our state’s arterial and collector roads is ranked poor or worse, compared to 31 percent nationally.
- On average, Maine bridges are older and in worse condition than rest of the nation’s bridges (15% of Maine bridges are structurally deficient and another 18% are functionally obsolete).
We know all the statistics. Now, we want to know about your experience driving on bad Maine roads.
Everyone who enters will receive the official 2014 Worst Road in Maine bumper sticker. The grand prize winner will take home $296 – that’s how much the average Maine driver spends annually on extra car repairs due to rough roads.
Here’s how to enter:
1. Take a snapshot of that bad pothole, congested intersection, crumbling bridge or other bad road.
2. Write a brief description that includes the location (name of the road or bridge plus the town or city) and any other information about the road or bridge and its condition.
Thanks for sharing your Worst Road in Maine nominee – and story – with us.
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