N.C. DOT Informative - Pot Holes - roads

Review by hotvisionrod on 2003-12-28
NORTH CAROLINA -- So me and thousands of other hard working people pay taxes. So is it not illegal to embezzle those taxes? Well I FEEL like my taxes ARE being ebmbezzled beacuse in August, I hit a pot hole that took out two tires and two rims. I was about to start college and had no money what so over to pay for my problem. Well I figure, the DOT should reimburse me because me and thousands of other people pay them to maintain roads. I'm sure most people think the DOT does not get alot of money but I think thier wrong because those taxes can add up a hole lot from the thousands of tax payers in North Carolina. So, that night they fixed the hole before I could take pictures of it. I think waiting in the rain for an hour for a cop to show up who ended up yelling at 16 year olds who also hit the pot hole, and the 3 other people I saw hit pot hole was mighty indecent. I called the DOT time after time after time. But the line is busy. So where is my money going so that I cant be reimbursed on a state owned road not being maintained properly? Oh and yes you can make a claim but I dont think anyone who has ever made a claim for a state owned road has ever had it settled.
Comments:3 Replies - Latest reply on 2004-01-09
Posted by Anonymous on 2003-12-28:
go steal some road signs to decorate your place. sounds like a fair trade.
Posted by Anonymous on 2003-12-30:
..uh...when you file a claim with the State Dept. of Transportation, and expect to recieve payment, that payment comes from US!!! and you. the taxpayers. suck it up and pay for it by yourself. It's a small sacrifice on your part to keep taxes down for ALL of US. thank you :)
Posted by Anonymous on 2004-01-09:
what DOT

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