'Safety' is the cure-all answer the government will use if asked why rural roads are have their speed limits reduced all over the country. But it simply isn't true.

Why is this idea important?

The simple truth is that Britain's rural roads are crumbling into decay through a total lack of maintenance. These roads need to be resurfaced on average every 40 years, but the majority haven't seen fresh tarmac for more than 70 years, despite road tax going up almost yearly.

 

It also makes revenue raising through the use of 'safety' cameras so much easier.

 

Prove me wrong. Go on…

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