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THE STATE OF THE NATION’S ROADS: POTHOLES COST DRIVERS £915 MILLION IN REPAIRS

• VEHICLE DAMAGE FROM POTHOLES RISES BY 34 PER CENT IN TWO YEARS

• A QUARTER OF DRIVERS HAVE SUFFERED POTHOLE DAMAGE OVER THE LAST YEAR

NEW RESEARCH lays bare the financial burden which is being placed on the nation’s motorists by the condition of the road network. A study for Kwik Fit, the UK’s largest automotive servicing and repair company, has found that over the last year, potholes have caused damage to vehicles costing a total of £915million to repair.

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