A new report released Wednesday highlights the worst roadways in the country -- and San Diego is among the worst.
We rank number eight in the study, with 50 percent of the roads in the city listed in poor condition.
Consider yourself lucky if you haven't popped a tire, blown a windshield or tweaked your alignment. The study says drivers in San Diego spend $654 more per year on car repairs, thanks to dilapidated roads.
The study, from the national transportation research group TRIP was commissioned by Transportation California and spotlights the worst roads in U.S. cities based on the percentage of roads listed in poor condition.