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Motorists get over €30,000 in pothole pay outs

Wednesday, 28th February, 2018 9:39am

Story by Siobhan Holliman
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Motorists get  over €30,000 in pothole pay outs
Motorists get  over €30,000 in pothole pay outs

POTHOLE damage to cars has forced Galway County Council to hand out more than €30,000 to affected motorists over the past three years.

A harsh winter has left the county's roads riddled with potholes which are proving costly for the local authority and for unfortunate motorists.
Officials with Galway Co Council admit there isn't enough funding to repair all of the damage done to the roads by the harsh winter. The Council may also see a surge in claims from motorists whose vehicles have been damaged by the potholes.

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