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Common paving problems
Washboarding resembles the bumpy surface of an old-fashioned wash board. Often found on unpaved dirt roads, and caused by natural water erosion.
Potholes are holes in pavement found in virtually all materials. Caused by natural freeze-thaw cycles. You can slow its development by sealing any cracks in paving surfaces.
A trough is a long indentation found in pavement. Similar to potholes. You can slow its development by sealing any cracks in paving surfaces.
General erosion. All pavement will erode from climate effects and use. You can fix problems by replacing the surface or adding another layer of pavement on top.
Water pooling is often caused by an unstable subsurface sinking over time.
Grading/slope problems are possibly due to improper site preparation, and can turn into potholes over time.