The investigation into Mr Teague’s dying ended after he died in a “road traffic collision” on 8 March.
A Report prevention of future deaths , exteriorHe stated the BMW automotive he was driving overtook a car, crossed to the opposite aspect of the street the place it collided with an oncoming automotive.
He died on the scene.
Ms Pember’s report stated: “Evidence was given during the inquiry that the A5 between Pottersbury and Polesbury is in a very poor condition with potholes.”
“I understand road traffic was repaired immediately after the collision but has since deteriorated.”
He has requested National Highways to analyze.
“In my opinion action should be taken to prevent future deaths and I believe you have the power to take such action”, she stated.
The National Highways need to reply by May 11 and it ought to include “details of the action taken or proposed to be taken while setting a timetable for the action”.
The report added that Mr Teague’s household has additionally been knowledgeable.
Nicol Vestera of National Highways stated: “We will consider the coroner’s report to see if any action can be taken to further improve the way we operate and will respond within a 56-day deadline.”
It stated security was its “top priority” and it had “set standards for repairing potholes”.
“We regularly inspect our roads to make sure they are in safe condition.”
With inputs from BBC