Video. Their lives have been made a misery for six months now - and there's still no end in sight. Residents in Oxfordshire say their village street is being used as a rat run ever since a huge crack appeared in a nearby road.
Thousands of pounds in compensation is being paid out by councils across the South East to drivers whose cars have been damaged by pot holes.
Drivers that ITV Meridian has spoken to - say conditions are getting worse rather than better, but local authorities insist they are spending millions of pounds to improve conditions. Motoring organisations say the state of our roads is now motorists' top concern. Kate Bunkall reports.
The weather may have taken a turn for the better, but the cost of the extreme winter conditions is still being counted. Reading Borough Council is to consider spending £500,000 on refilling potholes caused by ice and rain.
It's proposing hiring additional maintenance teams to tackle the problem. The idea will be discussed at a meeting later this month.
Many of Surrey's roads will be rebuilt from scratch to deal with the problem of potholes. Around £100m will be spent on the project, and contractors will have to repair any faults within a 10-year period.
More than 500 images of potholes in Oxfordshire have been sent to the council since it launched its online reporting service 3 weeks ago. An extra 250 thousand pounds is being spent on road repairs in the county - and more than 1,400 potholes have been filled in so far this month.
A report out today says in the South East it will take more than 20 years to clear the back log of pothole repairs - longer than any other part of the country.
Tonight there are calls for the government to step in and fund road resurfacing - instead of authorities paying for quick fix solutions. Charlotte Wilkins has our report.
Our roads are riddled with potholes and they are costing councils thousands in insurance claims. Tonight there are calls for the government to step in and fund road resurfacing - instead of authorities paying for quick-fix solutions. Sally Simmonds has more.
Contact your council about potholes
Potholes are now so bad that one in three of us have damaged our cars over the past two years. Andrew Pate introduces an item by Charlotte Wilkins.
Steve Budd, who runs a car repair service in Tadley, in Hampshire, says it's the worst year he's ever known for pothole damage to vehicles.
He's been speaking to our reporter at ITV News Meridian and has told him that the roads are getting more dangerous.
And you can see more on that story on ITV's national website.