Packs of cyclists remain motorists’ biggest annoyance

A general view as cyclists pass through the village of Ruston Parva during stage one of the Tour de Yorkshire between Bridlington to Scarborough.
A general view as cyclists pass through the village of Ruston Parva during stage one of the Tour de Yorkshire between Bridlington to Scarborough.

Whether it's potholes, middle-lane hoggers or drivers using their phones, almost all of us have some major pet peeves when we're out driving. But a new report from insurance comparison website Confused.com has found Britain's biggest motoring bugbear.

In a poll of 2,000 drivers, 54 per cent said that cyclists riding in pairs on single carriageways are the worst annoyance they face on the road.

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