Over 80% of drivers don’t know when to stop for pedestrians on a zebra crossing

Over 80% of drivers don’t know when to stop for pedestrians on a zebra crossing
Whilst drivers aren’t legally required to stop for pedestrians approaching a zebra crossing, 81% think this is written in the Highway Code. 58% of drivers admitted they are hesitant about stopping for pedestrians who are lingering nearby. One quarter of Brits don’t think pedestrians are allowed to use toucan crossings. 75% think cyclists have to dismount from their bike to cross at a Toucan Crossing, however, unlike other crossings, they do not. With the Highway Code set to be...

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