Potholes, also known as “potholes” or “spots”, are the large, uneven, unevenly shaped and occasionally crooked portions of roads and bridges in the US.
Most of them can be spotted with a simple phone call.
And, as with most things, you need to be patient.
You need to wait until a local police officer and a plumber arrive, and then follow them to the scene.
When you find a pothole, follow the road, but not too closely.
If you see a puddle, look for water.
When the puddle appears to be covered by debris, go over and help the injured person get out of the way.
You can also find potholes by checking your local police department’s maps or using Google Maps, but there are other methods.
Here are a few tips to get the most out of your trip: •If you have a vehicle, use the nearest road and the nearest lane to travel.
Be careful driving at night.
•When you spot a puddles, go and help out the person.
You’ll get a lot more points than you would if you didn’t help.
If a puke-stained street is blocking your view, try walking past it.
If that doesn’t work, take a photo and post it on Instagram.
•If a pufferfish is swimming up or down the road at night, you may want to take photos.
It’s easy to take the photos and then go and report it to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
•If the potholes are too deep to navigate with your camera, or you have no GPS device, the best place to find a local potholder is a street, or a nearby alleyway.
You may have to drive up or drive down the street a few times, or wait until the puffer fish swells and becomes visible to see if it moves.
It can be frustrating, but you’ll get more points and be rewarded with a trip to a nearby restaurant.