Frustrations are growing among New Zealand motorists as potholes continue to pop up all across the country, Newshub reports. Automobile Association (AA) road safety spokesperson Dylan Thomsen said the amount of frustration being expressed was unprecedented. “We survey our members – the quality of the roads is the number one concern.” But the NZ Transport Agency Waka Kotahi was blaming a wild winter for the current state of the country’s roads, saying in a statement: “Water and roads don’t mix, and this winter we have seen it all: rain, surface flooding, swollen rivers, king tides and more rain.”