The nation’s crumbling infrastructure is on-going problem that costs Americans forty-two wasted hours of commute time, $1600 in vehicle damage and added fuel usage, and hundreds of missed important moments in life.
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The above video highlights the toll our failing infrastructure takes on our lives every day.  Thanks to the American Trucking Associations (ATA) for putting this video together.  It is quite impactful.

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