Fixing a pothole on the Isle of Man costs around £45.
That's according to statistics released by the Department of Infrastructure.
Minister Ray Harmer released the information in answer to a written Tynwald question.
It showed administration costs £2.25, materials cost £13, labour costs over £19 and use of a vehicle costs £7.
The department says no two potholes are the same, size, depth or shape so the costs are 'indicative' only.