Last quote by David Bizley
After a period of steady improvement, it is disappointing to see an unwelcome rise in the number of pothole-related breakdowns. The most worrying aspect, however, is the fact that this year's weather has been so much milder and drier than in the equivalent six months last year and, for this reason, we should have expected the numbers for the second quarter to be lower.feedback
Jul 31 2017
We found 2 articles in which David Bizley said something. The most recent David Bizley’s quote is: “We fear it would only take a spell of very cold or wet weather for the improvements of the last year or two to evaporate and for the nation to find itself in a situation when we would once again be seeking emergency funding from Government to address the worst affected roads.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted David Bizley 11 times. On this page, you will find all of David Bizley’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Quotes by David Bizley
Jul 31 2017
We fear it would only take a spell of very cold or wet weather for the improvements of the last year or two to evaporate and for the nation to find itself in a situation when we would once again be seeking emergency funding from Government to address the worst affected roads.feedback
May 15 2017
The backlog in preventative maintenance reported by the Alarm survey suggests we are on a knife-edge and it will only take one season of poor weather to take us back to where we were a few years ago.feedback
May 15 2017
Our figures sadly show a surprising and unwelcome first quarter rise in the number of breakdowns where the poor quality of the road surface was a major factor. We had expected a figure no worse than that recorded in the first quarter of 2016 (4,026) and it is very concerning that the roads, strangely, appear to have deteriorated in a mild, comparatively dry winter. Certainly anyone that has experienced a breakdown as a result of hitting a pothole will know just how frustrating that can be, not to say dangerous and expensive if damage to their vehicle is sustained.feedback
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