Softening bitumen has constrained drivers in Australia to relinquish their vehicles after the tires wound up covered with tar.

Up to 50 drivers might be qualified for pay over the occurrence in Queensland on Tuesday, reports said.

“I have never observed anything like it and when the reports began coming through yesterday, it was simply amazing,” neighborhood leader Joe Paronella told the ABC.

The occurrence has been faulted for an adjustment in climate, and harm to the street after it was resealed a week ago.

Nearby occupant Deborah Stacey said “huge globs” of tar had adhered to vehicles, in the midst of sweltering climate that took after a few cooler days and rain.

“We had seven days of broke windscreens… at that point when the sun turned out, it began staying,” she told the Courier Mail.

The tar implied tires on a few vehicles must be supplanted, and it made harm guard bars and boards.

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