Sunday 31st August 2008
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People driving Range Rover vehicles are the worst on the road when it comes to behaving aggressively, it has been reported.According to research carried out by 50cycles.com and published by the Mirror, cyclists consider those in larger cars to be bad company on highways.White van and BMW users were also found to be bad road users in the research - something which car insurance customers may be able to relate to.According to Scott Snaith from the website, the survey of 2,000 cyclists found that things are getting gradually better on the road.He said: "The figures should improve as roads become less crowded and motorists get more aware of cyclists."Recent statistics released by the Department for Transport found that there were 2,943 motorists killed on roads in the UK over the course of 2007, compared to 3,150 deaths recorded in 2006.

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