No, that's not a newly-discovered meteor crater 🌠🚀. It's just another car-sized pothole in Michigan. How bad is it? A recent study by an organization called TRIP revealed the poor road conditions cost households $19 billion in auto accidents, repairs, and traffic congestion in 2021🚦.
That works out to be around $4,845 per household. Major yikes 🚨.
Here’s Five Fast Facts on the situation:
🔥Bottom line: This issue is a sinkhole that just won't quit. More than two thirds of the roads in Michigan have a rating of poor or fair. The solution will most likely require bipartisan cooperation and a ton of creative brainstorming.
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