When we go for a road ride, are we really going for a road ride – or are we venturing into some sort of rutted and pockmarked no man’s land? A potholed purgatory in which we are forced to wait not for the call of Saint Peter but rather the transport secretary, hoping he or she will bestow upon us a multi-billion pound accelerated road-repair scheme and send us on our way.

Don’t hold your breath. A report last month revealed that it would take 10 years and £16.3 billion ($20.3 billion) to fix up the UK’s roads.



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