Two-thirds of drivers think new legislation needed after cyclist growth

A survey of more than 2,000 UK drivers, which was commissioned by, a leading supplier of GAP (Guaranteed Asset Protection) insurance for new and second-hand cars, finds that over two-thirds (69 per cent) want new legislation for cyclists including bikes having a registration number to make them identifiable (68 per cent), and more than half (53 per cent) saying cyclists should be required to hold a licence.

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