Motor paving is a relatively low cost method of paving low-volume roadways, that can be easily repaired should it be damaged. Motor paving asphalt is a very flexible material that is more durable and cheaper on low-volume roadways than traditional hot mix.
Motor Paving is the process of mixing stone with asphalt oil and spreading it on the surface of the road. This is then rolled for compaction, covered in another layer of crushed stone, and rolled again. The roadway can be open to traffic as soon as the material is compacted, providing low down-time for the road.