BMW drivers have been voted the rudest on the road

BMW drivers are Britain’s rudest road users, a survey has found.

More than half (56%) of motorists polled believe people who own a BMW M3 are inconsiderate.

Range Rover drivers were second on the list of offensive motorists (48%), followed by Audi TT (43%) owners.

Drivers who get behind the wheel of a Ford Transit van were ranked fifth (36%), despite the often negative reputation of the “white van man”.

The poll was bad news for BMW drivers (Picture: PA)
The poll was bad news for BMW drivers (Picture: PA)

Some 2,000 motorists were surveyed to mark Wednesday’s launch of new Dave television series Yianni: Supercar Customiser.

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The top ten of rude motorists included those who drive a VW Golf, a Mercedes-Benz C-class, a Porsche 911 and a Nissan Qashqai.

There was bad news for Vauxhall users – both Corsa and Astra drivers were among the rudest.

There are rude drivers in many different types of vehicle (Picture: Rex)
There are rude drivers in many different types of vehicle (Picture: Rex)

On the other hand, Mini drivers were named the most friendly and considerate – 35% of those polled thought they are the nicest motorists on the road.

This was followed by Ford Fiesta drivers and Ford Focus drivers with 32% each.

Other friendly vehicles included the Toyota Yaris, the Fiat 500, the VW Polo and the Renault Clio.

(Main picture: Rex)

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