There's a good chance you drove over one on your way home tonight.
Potholes are all over Baltimore, and they can cause some serious damage to your car.
First you feel the thump, then you have to deal with the new clunks.
Joseph Figueroa a AAA Mid Atlantic Service Advisor showed us how the repair costs can add up quick.
"Ball joint, axel arm right there, those are some of the things that can get damaged you know hitting a pothole," said Figueroa.
A new tire usually starts around $80, things like shocks and ball joints are usually over $200 each.
"If your car used to be driving straight and now your driving to the side you know there's a problem with your steering or suspension,” said Figueroa. “If you're driving and you feel a thud on the side you must know the rim is bent from hitting those potholes, those are things that you look for."
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