It’s that time of year again, spring, means only one thing for Canada’s road: potholes. In average cities in Canada have nearly 50,000 potholes formed every spring, which means your vehicle can suffer major damage. Navigating around them is a daily reality and most of the time, you can’t see a pothole until it’s too late.
How potholes are created
Potholes are caused over time initially by a depression or water under the pavement. As traffic passes over the road areas of it gets weaken. If water is present and under a cold temperatures the expansion and contraction of the water freezes, which would cause the road surface to weaken even further. When traffic constantly travels on this area it will breaks the asphalt surface until it expands and a pothole appears. The longer it is left unrepaired the larger the pothole becomes.
Signs of pothole damage
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