At this time of year when work is going on in the fields, mud on the roads can be a serious safety issue. Clearing the road of mud is the responsibility of whoever put it there – usually the landowner or whoever is carrying out work on that land, and you are at risk of committing a criminal offence and may face prosecution or a fine if you don’t remove it. Also, if mud has not been cleared from the road, the council can clean it up and pass the cost onto the farmer or landowner responsible for sweeping it. Mud, as most farmers know, particularly if it is wet, can be slippery and cause vehicles to lose their grip on the road. For motorcyclists and cyclists this can be particularly dangerous as they are likely to come off their bikes. Our range of versatile road sweepers enable you to clear roads of mud quickly and effectively, at competitive prices and we have models to suit all business types and budgets.

Mud on the road: If you put it there, you need to clean it up

At this time of year when work is going on in the fields, mud on the roads can be a serious safety issue.

At this time of year when work is going on in the fields, mud on the roads can be a serious safety issue.

Clearing the road of mud is the responsibility of whoever put it there – usually the landowner or whoever is carrying out work on that land, and you are at risk of committing a criminal offence and may face prosecution or a fine if you don’t remove it.

Also, if mud has not been cleared from the road, the council can clean it up and pass the cost onto the farmer or landowner responsible for sweeping it.

Mud, as most farmers know, particularly if it is wet, can be slippery and cause vehicles to lose their grip on the road. For motorcyclists and cyclists this can be particularly dangerous as they are likely to come off their bikes.

Our range of versatile road sweepers enable you to clear roads of mud quickly and effectively, at competitive prices and we have models to suit all business types and budgets.