This winter's weather has been good for one thing for sure - potholes, and some brutal ones at that!

Between the snow, some ridiculously cold temperatures, melting snow, and then refreezing temperatures, it's a textbook recipe for the asphalt to rip apart, and in return rip your car apart.

So what do you do when by no fault of your own a pothole blows a tire, or worse?

Well, there are a few things that you can do.

If you hit a gaping gash in the road on a state highway like the Garden State Parkway, you can click here to file a report through the New Jersey Department of Transportation.

The Township of Toms River has information on how you can report potholes by clicking here.

Berkeley Township has a simple form that you can fill out as well. Just click here for that.

And Brick has info on reporting road damage, including potholes, at this link as well.

Have you fallen victim to the dreaded winter potholes in Ocean County yet this winter? Feel free to vent in the comments section!


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