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Send your pothole pics to NorthernLife.ca and get a wheel alignment on us

By: Sudbury Northern Life Staff

 | Apr 08, 2014 - 5:15 PM |
Gina Tullio sent in this photo of a pothole at the corner of Dorchester and Agincourt in New Sudbury, she writes "You can actually see water running under the street in the bottom of this pothole." Supplied photo.

Gina Tullio sent in this photo of a pothole at the corner of Dorchester and Agincourt in New Sudbury, she writes "You can actually see water running under the street in the bottom of this pothole." Supplied photo.

Pothole season is here and it’s evident why the city has been nicknamed the City of ‘Crater’ Sudbury. 


As soon as the snow begins to melt, motorists find themselves dodge and weaving to get around the potholes sprouting on roads throughout the city.

Some roads are worse than others, which is why Northern Life needs your help in constructing a pothole map of the ‘Crater’ Sudbury.

Send us your pics of the worst potholes in the city and you could win a $125 wheel alignment courtesy of Kal Tire.

Here's how to enter:

 

-Email your pothole photos to [email protected]
-You must include the location of the pothole, your name and telephone number
-Pothole photos and the location will be posted on Northern Life’s Facebook page and added to our Pothole Map.
-Contest ends April 30, 2014 at 11:59 p.m.
-One winner will be selected at random on May 1, 2014 and contacted by phone/email.

Good luck and keep your eyes open out there!

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