Why the city doesn't pay road damage claims
From the June, 2014 issue
In early March, Joe O'Neal turned his Subaru Legacy off S. Main St. onto Hoover, hit a bad pothole, and blew out two tires. The tow cost him $72, and because he had all-wheel drive, he had to replace all four tires. That cost $682.04.
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