Repairing cracks in concrete makes your driveway look better while protecting it from the elements, such as rain, snow, dirt, etc. Concrete surfaces cannot be repaired with concrete. Use a concrete repair mix instead; these are available at home centers and online. Options include epoxy compounds, latex patch material, and mortar mixes.
The latter option works best for filling large cracks (or chipped edges), while the other products are suitable for concrete cracks -inch wide or narrower. Filling and repairing cracks in concrete is very important to prevent further damage. This is an easy solution and I explain it through a video and a step-by-step guide. I made my crack in the driveway as you should with a rear road and a thick layer of quickrete concrete repair filler and from the surface it looks great but it is flexible after 24 hours and when pushed on wet compounds it leaks out.
Cracks are present in all concrete slabs, and are unavoidable due to the rigid nature of concrete. I'm going to take a chance and assume that most of you have a broom and a concrete crack filler (LOL, just kidding).