POCOMOKE CITY, Md.- It's been a bumpy drive lately for motorists crossing the Route 13 bridge in Pocomoke City.
Potholes dot the bridge and even caused damage to several cars, including James Brice Turner's.
"I've had to have it lined up again, it cost me $120, to have it lined up," he said. "And in the meantime, I had the tires rotated."
The damaged road is costing Turner money and he wants to know why the state isn't spending more to repave and repair.
Some of the potholes have been filled but for Pocomoke resident Kimberly Kenney, it isn't enough.
"It's just very bumpy, it's been like that for a while and nothing has been done about it," she said. "Everyone complains in Pocomoke about it and nobody's doing anything."
According the website for the State Highway Administration, the bridge is currently not on its list of priority projects.