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The holes filled up with mud and water which was hard to clean, each local parish was suppose to maintain the roads, but as most people didnít drive, it was pointless to go to great extent to keep the roads in a good condition. To change the roads, a decision was made, where tolls and turn pikes would be situated along roads, cars would drive past, and pay a fee of money to pay for maintenance of the road, this money helped to re-surface the roads and keep them in good condition...
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The money also paid to build new roads, which meant businesses could transport goods along roads easier. The tolls and turnpikes was a short term cause. Rail ways were made in Britain and goods could be transported fast and cheaply along the country, it took only four and a half hours to transport goods, which was in some contrast to canals which took days even weeks to transport goods, The speed of communication also improved, letters arrived much quicker...
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