Friday, April 19, 2024

Choir teacher claims to be "specialist" in potholed roads

It is necessary to offer special training on how to avoid the worst potholes in the roads as a new driver, believes the 35-year-old choir teacher Matthew Worthington.

Choir teacher Matthew Worthington has started to make pothole avoidance part of what he teaches his students behind the wheel.

The choir teacher says that he has experienced students who have become nervous in traffic precisely because of the many and often very potholed roads.

This is written by The Sun.

Matthew Worthington, who lives in the Scottish city of Glasgow, also does not hide the fact that it has cost him a small fortune to change the tires because the school bus has ended up in potholes.

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– The students are really nervous. Some of them would prefer to avoid entire areas to avoid the potholed roads, says Matthew Worthington to the newspaper.

He believes that the condition of the roads has only gotten worse in the past six months.

– People try to drive around the holes in the roads without thinking about the safety of others. So I had to do something, says the choir teacher.

Here at home, the roads are not much better. Actually quite the contrary. In Odense, it was recently recognized that it is not possible to keep up with the pace at which the roads are getting worse and worse.

Generally, harsh winter weather is to blame. The constantly changing temperatures leave their clear marks in the asphalt. It simply breaks.

– There have been large amounts of water. When it alternates between freezing and cold weather, the water penetrates into the asphalt, and it is impossible to predict where the holes will appear, said city and culture councilor Soren Windell (C) earlier this month.

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