Here in the sleepy little hamlet of Spencer, Massachusetts the roads are so bad you'd swear the US Army Armored Corps regularly had maneuvers here. Main Street, which is Route 9 going west of Worcester, is starting to ripple as you go through the center of town, and potholes keep springing up like mushrooms. But the worse road has to be Maple Street, which is State Route 31 running north-south. Years of digging and filling and potholes and patching has left it about as smooth as the back roads of your typical Army base. I've had one strut spring on the driver's side of my car break on me already, $250 to replace that whole strut assembly, and now I'll have to replace the passenger's side strut cartridge, at $75 a pop. I've already replaced the wheel bearing assemblies on both front wheels, at $75 each. I wouldn't be surprised if I had to replace the ball joints as well. Thank God I can do all the work myself! I don't think there is a single smooth street in all of Spencer, except for a short stretch of Maple Street in front of the Catholic church. I've never seen roads so bad before! How are things in your neck of the woods?