Video: The Tweeting Pothole — Does Your Country Need One?

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The most influential news show of Panama, Telemetro Reporta decided to point out the hassle felt by people every time they ran over a pothole.

They installed a device inside the potholes of the most damaged streets of Panama City that tweeted a complaint every time a car ran over it, to the government's Department Of Public Works twitter account. The campaign worked and the government started fixing up the roads of the city.

DriveSpark wonders if a campaign of this type will help patch up the impact craters that we find on Indian roads.

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