The U.S. Department of Transportation collected data on all 50 states from the Federal Highway Administration to determine which bridges and roads in America were structurally deficient and in poor condition. The data also factored in the annual cost of vehicle repairs for motorists.
If you live in Illinois or Connecticut, 73 percent of the roads were considered to be in "poor condition." Whereas, Indiana only had 17 percent of their roads deemed to be in "poor condition." Take a look to see where your state falls.