My grandmother had an asphalt driveway laid in front of her house going up
to the carport, but when you back out and turn the wheels it makes round
"circles", small pieces of asphalt come up and it's easily noticable... It's
been there for about 2 months now and so it's not like we drove on it to
early. Can someone tell me what's causing this and if we can fix it?
Everyone says it was a bad job. Maybe they are right; but my experience is
that it always happens like that. The first really hot weather softens the
new surface and it seems like it has to cure for good.
So, if it has been doing this for 2 months I guess I have to agree with
them; but if it just started because you had a heat wave, I wouldn't worry
I'd have to agree with that, unless it's LITERALLY picking
up the tar in touchable quantities. Marks are nothing;
they'll meld away eventually & be gone next year.
Try not to turn wheels while car is NOT moving! That'll
minimize the marking if that's all it is.
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