Ice-resistant road invented!

  Uboat 19:01 16 Nov 2010
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I darnt even ask what it is going to cost per mile..

Good idea thou

click here

  interzone55 20:16 16 Nov 2010

The M62 over Rakewood Viaduct was supposed to be ice resistant. Firstly they were going to heat it, then decided that the constant winds would simply blow the ice and snow away.

They were wrong, very wrong...

  Quickbeam 00:46 17 Nov 2010

I have the Dawlish patented snow melter fitted to my car for such occasions.

  carver 08:15 17 Nov 2010

I'm trying this out this winter click here just so I don't slip on any ice as I get out of the car.

  Quickbeam 08:48 17 Nov 2010

I think that may be breaching Dawlish's patent...

  canarieslover 09:18 17 Nov 2010

It looks as though it will do the job though!!!!

  johndrew 10:32 17 Nov 2010

You may need to modify the direction of the projection a bit and tow a large trailer for the gas - especially on a long run :-o

  spuds 10:57 17 Nov 2010

The council or the Highways Agency will send you the bill for re-surfacing. All caught on cctv as well :O)

Hot tarmac and rubber tyres make a very good contact area. Perhaps too good for 4 wheels, but no so for 2 wheels.

  namtas 19:20 17 Nov 2010

At the first real cold spell I shall be fitting my special winter tyres.

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