Just days after the winter storm, pot holes are showing up across Michiana.
They can be seen along State Road 933, at busy intersections and on long straightaways.
Potholes form when water or condensation in cracks freezes and then thaws because of fluctuating temperatures.
INDOT workers have been working all hours to fix over 5,000 miles worth of roadway.
They urge drivers to proceed with caution.
If a vehicle is damaged by a pothole on a state route, drivers may file a damage claim with the state by calling 855-GO-INDOT..
Keep in mind that if it is a county or city road, drivers are asked to contact those departments for further assistance.