Newcastle has the rudest drivers, according to a new survey by LV= car insurance.
Drivers in the city scored only 62% at indicating at a roundabout when turning right, placing the city firmly at the foot of the politeness table.
The observers found that female drivers were 5% more likely to indicate at a roundabout when turning right, 6% more likely to give way at a junction and 14% more likely to wait for a pedestrian to fully cross the road before driving on.
A total of 9% of drivers in Bristol and 6% in Newcastle upon Tyne were playing music at an excessive volume, while 7% of drivers in Edinburgh and 5% of drivers in London were observed tailgating.
On the 30th anniversary of the mandatory seatbelt law, experts are predicting completely crash-proof cars by 2020.
30 years ago today, the use of seatbelts became mandatory for drivers and front seat passengers in the UK - it is estimated that in those 3 decades over 50,000 lives have been saved.
A system that uses a sensor to warn the driver of an impending frontal collision before performing an emergency stop, external airbags and collision avoidance technology are already being tested by Volvo, and they hope to start rolling out this technology in the next few years.
Many similar features already exist in cars today such as satellite navigation, air-bags, self parking car systems, and sensors.