CLEVELAND -- Tired of dodging and swerving to avoid slamming your tires through the massive divots in the roads?
Have no fear, another "pothole killer" is here!
It hit the streets of Cleveland on Tuesday morning.
A representative with the city said the truck will repair potholes at Kingsbury Boulevard from Kinsman Road to MLK Drive.
The city hired an outside company to do 1,100 hours of pothole repairs with three trucks.
The first "pothole killer" is filling holes on Clark Avenue.
A third unit will be out this week, but the destination is unclear.
The Division of Streets said so far they have gone through 910.5 tons of hot asphalt and 788 tons of cold patch. It could take two months to repair all the potholes in need.