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More paint, more danger

1 June 2006

According to IAM, road users often seem totally unaware of the relevance of road markings, even when they see them.

But the institute says that as a rule of thumb, the more paint there is on the road surface, the more potential danger there is.

As part of the IAM's 50th Anniversary during 2006, IAM have introduced a new facility - Weekly Driving Tips from the IAM.  Click on the Link and the Driving Tip will open in a new window. www.iam.org.uk/Pressroom/Tips/

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