If that were the case the end result would still be better than what we currently have.Does that mean we are going to see drones on the side of the road holding up shovels hours on end ?
Long winded process here, a guy comes and spray paints the hole, depending on size, if he sprays around the hole and then an X through it, it has to be repaired in 24 hours, if it's just a line around the hole, then it can take a month to repair. By a seperate crew.In Connecticut on state roads they actually don’t even stop to fill them
Special equipment with sensors see the hole and fills it from the rear of the truck with some special fast drying mixture and the vehicle in back of it compresses it. I guess it’s better than bent rims and bad wheel alignments