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Confused.com unveils new pothole safety sign

5th July 2011 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Confused.com has designed a new piece of safety signage that aims to notify British motorists of potholes on the roads.

It is the first of its kind to be unveiled in the UK and the website is calling on the Department for Transport to fit it on roads throughout the country.

The road sign was premiered in conjunction with new research, which has discovered that it would take councils a minimum of 11 years to repair damaged roads across the UK.

Mike Hoban, chief marketing officer at Confused.com, said: "Although repairing these roads is obviously the long-term solution, something needs to be done now.

"Currently the UK's road signs include warnings for wild horses, wild animals, cattle and even toads but potholes aren't considered worthy enough?"

The Enfield Independent has reported that pupils in Enfield have worked to improve road safety by designing their own safety sign as part of council plans to implement 20mph zones around 13 schools in the area. ADNFCR-2754-ID-800611307-ADNFCR

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