How soon can you drive on new tarmac?

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This all depends on a number of varying factors such as air temperature, wind speed, depth/type of tarmacadam and volume/weight of traffic. It is possible to allow cars to drive on tarmac within 15minutes of rolling as long as the traffic passes over
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gravel is not ideal for a sloping drive with it being tarmaced or not, as the gravel will walk/move to the bottom of the slope and over spill on to the pavement/side walk and road
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You don't say if you are patching with cold asphalt or hot asphalt ? For cold First cut round the affected area,leaving a clean edge making sure you have a depth of 2 or more inches
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With concrete and Tarmac, you can spray a Colas emulsion (www.colas.co.uk, 01342 711000) on the surface and roll in a gravel chipping. Use several layers to get a good adhesion. Otherwise
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