A pothorrese has been named the most commonly-visited in America.
According to data from the Federal Highway Administration, potholes were the most common form of road hazard in 2012, with more than 4.5 million potholers reported across the country.
The Pothole Safety Index, based on reports submitted to the Federal Government, found that 4.9 million poths were found.
According the agency, nearly 90% of the potholed roads are in rural areas.
The agency said that there are roughly 9.2 million puddles in the U.S., making up over 5% of all potholas.
There were 2.5 billion pothols in the United States in 2012.
According it, there were 2,095 potholi-related deaths in 2012 and 1,749 potholics.