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    Glasgow Road Skid Pan

    This is what you call a proper diesel spill, right outside our development about 30 mins ago... we came back on the bikes and the road North was closed... we assumed a smash...but found out it was this.. apparently it was a bus spewing gallons of diesel out over the road... how the hell do you clean that up ?

    Nipped to the shops in the car... worst I've ever seen..

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    Re: Glasgow Road Skid Pan

    Nice weather!

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    Re: Glasgow Road Skid Pan

    That’s nuts. Think I’ll be staying away from there tomorrow morning if it’s dry

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    Re: Glasgow Road Skid Pan

    Quote Originally Posted by Carsonr6 View Post
    That?s nuts. Think I?ll be staying away from there tomorrow morning if it?s dry
    Roads open now apparently ... unless it pours I doubt its much better..

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    Re: Glasgow Road Skid Pan

    That looks really scary. I had a spin (in the car) coming off a roundabout a few years ago due to a small patch like that.
    Might be worth writing to council or Highways agency pointing out they need to clean it up properly.

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