Devon's problem with pot-hole riddled roads is so serious, the Prime Minister has been invited to see them for himself. The man responsible for the county's roads says unless more money is invested, the problem will continue to get worse.
It's thought it would take £750m to put them right. Last year's severe cold, and this year's torrential rain, have caused the problems, and as John Andrews reports, it's drivers who are paying the price:
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