Pothole knockout: Under Rule 31.2 the Cornmarket Street trenches automatically win this month's competition.." />

Pothole of the Month - Feb 2007

Posted on Feb 8, 2007 in Pothole of the Month

 
 


Pothole of the Month
The Cornmarket Street Trenches


The term Pothole of the Month is not particularly apt for this month's award because any of the potholes on Cornmarket Street would win the coveted title on their own as they individually qualify under the 'Pothole Knockout' section of the competition rules:


 

 

Article 31.2 "Pothole Knockout: Any pothole or series of potholes with sufficient depth below the normal road surface level (if determining this is possible at the time) and an internal width wider than a size twelve Nike Air Max, whose related compensation claim for a fall and subsequent concussion would be higher than the '

 

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