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My vehicle has been damaged by surface dressing, what can I do?
Despite using well established operational practices and experience operatives, occasionally something may go wrong and vehicles become damaged. This usually happens if road users ignore the speed limit signs with the result that flying chippings can cause broken windscreens and chipped paint together with bitumen splashes.
If you find your vehicle is damaged you may find the following information helpful:
To report damage to the County Council:
Please do this as soon as possible after the incident has occurred. When you contact the County Council to report damage to your vehicle as a result of surfacing dressing please provide all of the details of the incident, including:
You can report an incident a s a result of surfacing works on the highway by:
When we receive your notification of damage, we will ask our maintenance contractor to contact you to resolve the issue.