Multitasking at the wheel is UK drivers' worst habit
A new test has shown multitasking at the wheel is a driver's worst habit.
The terrible traits of drivers in the UK have been revealed in the new research - commissioned by Comparethemarket.com - and also found people are happy to admit they discriminate on the roads.
Men are less likely to be let out of a junction than women and 17 per cent of people said they would be most likely to let a mum with young children out at a junction.
and 15% would do this for a pensioner.
What's more, there is solidarity with people who own the same cars.
The study highlighted those in the East Midlands take the longest to pass their test, with six per cent taking five or more attempts, and less than half (44 per cent) managing it first time.