Saturday, 23 January 2016

Pothole problem worsens

Figures published by the RAC suggest the problem of potholes on Britain’s roads is getting worse. The motoring organisation says that it was called out to 25,487 pothole-related breakdowns in 2015, a rise of 24% year on year. The figures show that drivers in the south-east experienced the sharpest increase in pothole-related callouts, at 2,686 - a rise of 62%. Meanwhile, the total of 4,547 drivers affected by potholes in East Anglia made this area the most prolific region for callouts.

The Daily Telegraph, 

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