WE asked for your suggestions for Huddersfield's worst road.
And, boy, did you respond!
Drivers turned the Examiner phones red-hot with suggestions for the highways to avoid.
But Kirklees Council insists: If you tell us about them, we'll get them repaired.
The council's Highways Service deals with thousands of requests a year for potholes to be repaired.
And staff are anxious to carry on the good work.
This is the worst time of year for damage to roads, as ice and snow gets in cracks in the surfaces and causes even more problems.
But what do the town's drivers think?
Roy Bottomley said: "The worst road in Huddersfield is Blackmoorfoot Road at Crosland Moor, from the junction of Dryclough Road down to Park Road. It is full of potholes and uneven surfaces, as is the pavement."
Arthur Quarmby, of Holme, said: "May I offer Meltham Mills Road, pounded daily by monster trucks from eastern and southern Europe, visiting the new industry in the old tractor works."
Several people suggested Whiteley Street in Milnsbridge.
Linda Harding, of Golcar, said: "It's been dug up so many times it's like a patchwork quilt - and the contractors never seem to leave the surface level.
"It's being dug up again, so goodness knows what it will be like when they have finished with it."
Heather Carter, nominating Bankwell Road in Milnsbridge, said: "It's like a slalom course trying to avoid the potholes."
Terry Crewe, who suggested Huddersfield had the worst roads in the country, said: "My nomination would be Dalton Green Lane.
"It's an unbelievably bad surface. It didn't need speed bumps, but they put some in anyway."
Michael Robson, of Newsome, suggested Tunnacliffe Road in Newsome.
He said: "Multiple excavations by the various utilities have made the surface so dangerous the steering wheel is often wrenched out of your hands when driving along it."
And Andrew Lockwood, of Birkby, suggested Birkby Hall Road.
He said: "The holes get larger every day. You can't drive around them. Heaven knows what it is doing to the suspension on my car - and everyone else's.
"How bad does it have to get? People making decisions about our roads should have to drive on them every day."
Other nominations were:
* Perseverance Street, Primrose Hill
* Longlands Road, Slaithwaite
* Royd Street, Longwood
* Longwood Road, Longwood
* Woodsome Road, Farnley Tyas
* Brownroyd Avenue, Rawthorpe
* Mount Road, Marsden
* Manchester Road, Marsden
* Thornhill Road, Edgerton
* Market Street, Milnsbridge
* Botham Hall Road, Milnsbridge
A spokesman for Kirklees Highways Services said: "We are aware of the problem and are pulling out all the stops on this.
"Potholes are usually worst at this time of year and are caused by water seeping into the road surface, freezing and expanding and causing damage.
"Although Kirklees has managed to miss most of the snow there have been freezing temperatures most nights over the last few weeks and our gritting crews have been working night and day.
"This year the pothole problem has been the worst for some time, because of the prolonged bad weather.
"To try and relieve this situation all non-essential work will be suspended over the next few days to put all available resources into repairing the winter damage.
"Weather permitting, crews will be sent out on all major routes to repair potholes where they find them.
"Pothole repairs are still being carried out within 24 hours of them being reported, but there are still a lot which haven't been reported."