chuckhole


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a pit or hole produced by wear or weathering (especially in a road surface)

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USE OF THE COST MODEL TO IDENTIFY COST OF SNOW CONTROL AND CHUCKHOLE PATCHING
We started down the runway, which had quite a number of chuckholes full of water in it, which had the same effect on the plane as a large puddle of water has on a car driven through it at a fairly good rate of speed, in that we lost a lot of speed that way.
When a driver is rolling down the road, the truck is hitting chuckholes, bouncing over bumps and crossing railroad tracks along the way.
However, it must be considered that there is a greater possibility of damaging the wheel when driving over deep chuckholes or other objects.
And Fisher said attention to needed repairs and improvements now will keep costs statewide from ballooning in the future - like small potholes turning into huge chuckholes, he said.