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Oxfordshire 'has fewest potholes'

Oxfordshire has been named as the county where vehicles are least likely to be damaged by potholes in the road.

Potholes are causing more than a £1m worth of damage every day to vehicles and endangering lives, according to a report by the insurance industry.

Warranty Direct revealed that potholes in the county caused damage to just 4% of vehicles compared to 14% in Ayrshire, Scotland.

Motoring organisations say part of the problem is extreme weather conditions.



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