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Traffic jams costing drivers in Kent £1,000 a year

By KentOnline reporter

It might not be the worst place in the UK, but traffic jams on Kent's roads cost commuters more than £1,000 a year.

The figures take into account wasted fuel and lost work hours and come following a study of traffic congestion in countries around the world by traffic monitoring company Inrix.

With UK commuters spending an average of 31 hours a year stuck in jams, KMTV went on the road to find out what motorists in Kent made of the findings.

WATCH: Drivers spend 31 hours stuck in traffic

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