Growing up in Michigan, every time I got into a vehicle it was like playing a video game. Dodge this pothole, dodge that pothole, find a shortcut around the road construction, weaving in and out of traffic on congested highways, not to mention the difficulty level rises once the snow arrives. I’m sure that everyone has experiences like this and I am sure everyone’s home state has the worst roads, highways, and bridges. These problems are legitimate concerns though. There are potholes out there that literally destroy cars, not to mention bridges that are collapsing (one in every nine bridges are structurally deficient), and roads that are being washed away. To continue reading click here.