Like cars, roads have also undergone important evolutions and changes throughout their history. The first roads date back to 1884 and the material used is something unthinkable today: wood. Conventional asphalt ended up taking the place of wood, even so, this material also has defects and despite the great advances made, it suffers a lot from the weather conditions in certain territories.
As a result of this, the oil company Cepsa has developed a new material with greater resistance and adhesion that promises to improve their safety in this way. This new range has been named ELASTER and we will be able to see it on the market soon, as Álvaro has advanced. Macarro, commercial director of asphalts of the company.