Kansas City Pothole Season Persists

Tonight we feature local testimony on one of the few growing industries in this cowtown.

Take a glimpse at this local biz that benefits from a dearth of infrastructure repair:

"It is bringing in a lot more business for us, which were glad for, but it stinks seeing single moms that cant really afford a new tire and theyre having to go to the used tire shops, a service advisor said. We try to keep our prices comparable so that everybody can get the help that they need."

Depending on the extent of damage, she said customers may be looking between $300 to $3,000 in repairs. Prices skyrocketed after COVID-19 with a limited supply of auto parts.

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