Your newly finished driveway will soften and harden with rising and falling temperatures, so another important part of new driveway care is avoiding placing too much pressure on the same spot of asphalt. Park in different places on your driveway to distribute the load on a day-to-day basis. If you need to use jack stands or car ramps or if you need to park a boat or camper on the driveway, put some plywood underneath to distribute the weight. Heavy vehicles such as concrete trucks should be kept off the driveway. Avoid using lawn chairs and bicycle kickstands on the new asphalt as they can create holes. Gasoline, oil, and anti-freeze dilute the asphalt and may cause cracks and pits.