Lorries are too heavy

THE article “Pothole payouts cost council £50k” (October 8) said the country suffered because of recent bad winters.

In residential areas, there is delivery of diesel fuel for heating and skips that have to be taken away full of building materials and other bulky items.

I would think Victorian sewerage cannot stand the weight of these vehicles.

Paul Williamson Rawson Road Bolton

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9:45am Mon 15 Oct 12

oftbewildered2 says...

Totally agree - I am aghast at the size of some of the vehicles using main roads which were initially constructed to carry ordinary domestic traffic.
Totally agree - I am aghast at the size of some of the vehicles using main roads which were initially constructed to carry ordinary domestic traffic. oftbewildered2
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