These days, potholes certainly aren’t uncommon on roads all over the country and unfortunately, if you’re not careful you can do quite a lot of damage to your car.
The state of some of the roads in the UK is such that a road safety charity has issued an urgent plea for an immediate £200 million from the government to make its most high risk roads safe to use.
According to recent reports, just £4 billion is spent on maintaining Britain’s highways each year, compared with the £44 billion drivers pay in motoring costs.
The significant investment in infrastructure in the north of England promises many opportunities, not only for those involved directly in delivering projects such as HS2, but also for the businesses that will benefit from these vastly improved transport links once they’re up and running.
Cyclists in Hampshire are calling on the county council to change the way in which it assesses road defects, after a member of a local cycling group was seriously injured after being involved in a crash caused by riding through a pothole.
Highways England has published a Strategic Road Network Initial Report, detailing how technology will play an increasingly important role in how efficiently roads are maintained and how safety can be improved at the same time.
The British sense of humour is known around the world for being sharp, creative and to the point, and some displeased road users have called upon this style of comedy when communicating their displeasure for potholes.
At UK Surfacing Contractors, we know precisely how to fix potholes. Our pothole repairs in Glasgow are designed to make sure roadways are always kept in great condition.
Potholes are dangerous. We offer pothole repairs in London and the surrounding areas to keep the roads smooth and in great shape. If you’re looking for the best pothole repairs in London, we want to help.
Putting down a new material for your driveway can be stressful. At UK Surfacing Contractors , we’re experts in both pothole repairs in Leeds and laying down Tarmac in Yorkshire. To help you decide which material is best for your property, we’ve outlined what you need to know about some of the most common types of driveway materials below.