Lets see... if it's really bad, you need a bobcat or front end loader
of some sort and a dump truck to remove the old drive. Then you need
to remove the previous base, load that in the dump truck, and haul it
to an asphalt recycling center.
Then you need a paving machine, a steam roller, a hand tamper, a
couple of laborers, and a dump truck full of asphalt.
Somehow I think it might be cheaper to hire someone.
Re-sealed or torn out and re-built? If you mean simply re-sealed then
all you need is a sunny afternoon and a large push broom to spread
asphalt sealer that looks similar to tar. Available at your local home
If you mean torn out and re-built, you'd be much better off replacing
it with a driveway made of concrete pavers. Easy enough to do
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