The Canadian Automobile Association is asking Atlantic Canadians just how bad their roads are.
Every road in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador is eligible to be named a Worst Road. Results will be shared in May.
CAA has determined that the costs of traffic congestion, repair costs, taxes and various other factors can cost the average motorist up to $3,000 each year.
The campaign closes at midnight April 21st.
Votes can be submitted using the CAA App, through the CAA Atlantic Facebook page, or online here.
(Photo: Steve Berry @steveberrycbc)