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Pothole damage on state roads may be eligible for reimbursement through Treasury Department

The harsh New Jersey winter this year means

The harsh New Jersey winter this year means costs to maintain the state's roadways is skyrocketing, and that includes reimbursing drivers for damage to cars that have fallen victim to potholes. (February 19, 2014 8:16 PM)

The harsh New Jersey winter this year means costs to maintain the state's roadways are skyrocketing, and that includes reimbursing drivers for damage to cars that have fallen victim to potholes.

Potholes have opened up across the state after weeks of fluctuating temperatures and constant plowing.

Richard Seidman, of Hoboken, says damage to his tires will cost him $400. He says he's not...

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