Pothole patching is repairing asphalt surfaces damaged due to wear and tear. Wearing asphalt surfaces can be attributed to various causes, such as moisture infiltration, hefty vehicular traffic, and severe weather conditions like frost. Potholes are created when pieces of the asphalt surface break away, leaving a space in the road which can cause further deterioration if not addressed quickly. Pothole patching involves filling these gaps with new material to restore structural integrity and prevent further erosion. It also helps improve traction on roads for vehicles while providing a smoother ride for pedestrians and cyclists alike.