The Roadfix

The Roadfix
Functioning as a cross between a paint roller and a cookie cutter, the Roadfix is a push-operated trolley-shaped device that easily fills in potholes with concrete. While doing so, it also stamps out a company’s logo on the fresh concrete, acting as a free bit of branding while letting pedestrians know that the brand is involved in maintaining its city.

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