Potholes begin popping up across NJ

OLD BRIDGE - Drivers are beginning to face another hazard as they hit the roads across the Garden State.

Potholes are beginning to form across New Jersey roadways after a barrage of winter storms. Potholes can be formed by low temperatures, as water expands when it freezes to form ice, and puts greater stress on an already cracked pavement or road.

The state Department of Transportation has set up a website for drivers to report damage sustained to their vehicles from potholes on state roadways.

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