It seems like whenever the topic of a discussion turns to potholes, everyone inevitably believes that no one has a worse problem with them than they do in their area. That should not be entirely surprising considering how prevalent this issue is. On average, potholes cost US drivers more than $3 billion in vehicle damage each year. And that does not even factor in time spent making roadside repairs or waiting for a tow truck. But how is it that we find ourselves in this mess? Local governments have teams devoted to maintaining roadways and filling potholes, after all.
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://www.edgeimpulse.com/blog/this-idea-is-full-of-holes-improving-roads-with-sony-spresense-and-edge-impulse