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Ignoring rural Scotland


Shockingly 30 per cent of A roads in Scotland are now classed as red or amber, meaning they are in need of inspection or requiring work.

Despite Scotland spending significantly more than the UK average on maintaining roads, only three per cent of A roads in England were in poor condition, compared to 30 per cent in Scotland. These figures are shocking and have a huge knock-on for motorists who face increased damage to their cars, vans and motorbikes.

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