Non-Qualified Pothole Reporting
An effective Pothole Hunter will be able to recognize non-qualified areas
Before you step out of your car and onto a lot to take your photo, try your best to determine if the damage is “Out of Scope”. If you are unsure, go ahead and submit the picture and report. If the damage is something we can work with, we will accept the lead and pay you for it. If it is not in scope, chances are good that it will be disqualified (DNQ‘d) and rejected, which means you will not be paid for the report.
No Dumpster areas
No Tree Root Damage
No Sink Holes or Craters
Out of Scope
Alligatoring alone will be DNQ’d.
If there is an actual in-scope pothole within the alligatored area, that will almost always be accepted.
TIP: Alligatoring with a hole in the center or on the edge might be a legitimate area for reporting