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E46General discussion and technical help for 1999-2004 3 series cars.
i dont know if you can get cheap tires, but you can complain to the police and prove that the pothole caused it and have them pay for your rims and tires
I know someone from Mass that did that. You get a report and turn all the information to the city where it happened and you get your tires/rims fixed by them Also, it helps UB to order from Tire Rack through the link here
Yeah, in my city if you hit a pothole and it causes damage, you're supposted to pull over immediately and call a police officer out to write a report. If in his report he declares the cause of your damage was the pothole, the city will reimburse you for the cost of repairs.
Could be different in your city though.
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Originally Posted by c4talyst
Fuck MA roads.
There was recently a report on the news stating that Mass had the worst roads in the country and that the average person spends an extra $500 / year on wear and tear due to the shitty roads. Fuck MA roads is right
Same problem here in Jersey. My poor rims- I've hit so many potholes in the last couple of weeks, I'm thinking of changing my name to Dentsky The whole northeast in general sucks. I should move back to Texas.
And here's how the reimbursement works in my town: "Hi, officer, can you write a report so I can be reimbursed for damages caused by this pothole . . "