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SPRING HAS ARRIVED!
And with Spring comes potholes. Most often, potholes are merely nuisances, but imagine what happens when a truck is on a two lane undivided highway and strikes a deep pothole. Often the truck driver will lose control, cross the center line and if a vehicle is in the other lane, a violent collision can occur causing serious injury or loss of life. So what can we do to protect the motoring public?
Immediately contact the Ohio Department of Transportation or the local police authorities and report the location of dangerous looking potholes so that the condition can be immediately repaired. You can help ensure that drivers on our roads are kept safe and out of harm's way.
Safe travels to you and all who use our roads!
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