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Road management / Maintenance, Scotland

Scottish pothole payouts hit £1.7m

Scottish roads authorities paid out £1.7m in compensation to motorists for damage caused to vehicles by potholes over the last five years. A Freedom of Information Act request by the Scottish Conservatives highlighted that successful compensation claims have risen dramatically for a number of authorities. Glasgow City Council paid out just under £20,000 in 2007/08 but £197,000 in 2010/11. Four authorities, Glasgow, Edinburgh, South Lanarkshire and Aberdeen, paid out six-figure...

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