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2 February 2010, 10:43 | Updated: 3 February 2010, 10:33
If you're a driver or even a cyclist you've probably noticed that since the recent snow hundreds of new potholes have appeared on Somerset's roads.
Somerset County Council say it will cost between £80 and £100 to fix each one and the bill could run into the millions. But how do we report them? How soon will they get seen to? And if they damage our car, can we sue? To find out the answers to these questions and more, Heart's been speaking to Somerset County Council's Head of Highways Ewan Reece. Click here
The number to call to report a new pothole is 0845 345 9155