Pothole-riddled road causes over £2000 in retired businesswoman's Mercedes ... trends now
A retired businesswoman has spent thousands of pounds on car repairs because of the pothole-riddled road next to her house.
Judith Lee, 63, of Burrington, Devon, said the potholes next to her house had cost her over £2000 in repairs.
Miss Lee, a retired business consultant, said the potholes had inflicted 12 punctures on her Mercedes E350 in just a few months.
She said the punctured tyres cost £100 each to repair and three cracked wheels cost £1500.
Miss Lee, a retired business consultant, said the potholes had inflicted 12 punctures on her Mercedes E350 in just a few months
Miss Lee added that she usually drives a Volvo estate but it is also being repaired because of punctures caused by potholes.
She said: 'There are elderly people on this road who may need medical attention at some point but the emergency services won't be able to get to them. Delivery drivers won't come down here either.