If you want to avoid potholes, choppy roads and flat tires, you may want to steer clear of Kew Gardens, Queens.
The neighborhood’s streets are in the worst shape of all the roads in the five boroughs, according to a report the city Independent Budget Office released Tuesday.
The report tracked city Department of Transportation street-condition assessments from 2014 and 2015 across the city and found that only 28.2% of streets in Kew Gardens are listed in “good” condition.
The neighborhood had 66.4% of its roads listed in “fair” condition and 5.4% in “poor” condition.
It landed at the bottom — No. 188 — in the citywide rankings of neighborhoods.