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Highways officials install signs near Stroud

11th June 2012 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Highways officials have installed 55 warning signs over the space of three-and-a-half miles in a bid to urge caution among motorists.

The notices have been put up in order to make drivers wary of stretches of road between Stroud, Bisley and Eastcombe, which were covered in melted tar before grit was used, reports Stroud Life.

A representative from the local council explained: "Hot temperatures can affect some recently surface-dressed roads as they can take longer to set. We will continue to monitor every road treated in the past few weeks."

However, despite the authority's warnings, local resident Murray Watson from Chalford described the surface as "absolutely disgraceful".

Many of the UK's roads are in need of repair and, as motorists drive on them, their tyres could be in jeopardy of becoming damaged.

With this in mind, it could be beneficial for drivers to check their tyres every week in order to look for any possible signs of wear and tear.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801381377-ADNFCR


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