Irish drivers to go 155 miles without a pee

Tom Webster



Irish motorists are facing the prospect of driving the 115 miles from Dublin to Cork without the opportunity to stop at a service station as the government has admitted it has run out of cash to build any.

The National Roads Authority in Ireland has confirmed that the M6 (Dublin to Galway), M7 (Dublin to Limerick), M8 (Dublin to Cork) and M9 (Kilcullen to Waterford) will all have to go without service stations as there isn't any more money available.