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It's pothole season!

We at New Jersey 101.5 are teaming up with Plymouth Rock Assurance to save you from costly damage to wheels and tires.

We're helping to map out the state's worst potholes — and bringing them to the attention of state and local officials who can patch them up.

Where's the worst pothole you know about? Report it our form below and we'll have it added to the map within the next 24 hours.

We'll also send the pothole information to the New Jersey Department of Transportation, which maintains state highways and interstates. County road potholes can also be reported to local hotlines. For pothole damage claims on state highways and interstates, contact the Department of Treasury's Office of Risk Management.

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