The Liberal Democrat group in Hertfordshire has submitted a motion to next week's County Council meeting condemning the record of the highway contractors employed by the Council since 2012.
Councillors state that there is a catalogue of issues which have caused irritation right across the county and are calling for a review of their record on the £40 million a year contract.
Cllr Malcolm Cowan who is seconding the motion said: "We are so fed up with the performance of the highways contractors - Ringway and others.
"Potholes are either being badly filled or ignored, reports of flooding are being treated as 'not a priority', faults are being ignored and improvement schemes are being delayed for the most trivial of reasons.
It is a huge catalogue of problems. Local taxpayers pay millions for these contractors to keep our highways repaired and operating. In fact the county council is having to pay extra in compensation and is paying twice for some faults."
The Liberal Democrat motion says:
and calls for an all-party review on how to reorganise the service to deliver a more reactive, robust and cost-effective service to Hertfordshire residents.