93% of drivers can't spot cyclists - a campaign
According to the AA, more than 90% of motorists say that they find it hard to see cyclists while driving and so, they've started a campaign called the 'AA Think Bike' which advises you put stickers on your wing mirror, because drivers obviously need reminding how to drive.
This coincides with the launch of a national Think Bikes awareness campaign, which showed that 55% of motorists are frequently "surprised when a cyclist appears from nowhere".
They've made a video about it all and it features a naked man and lots of people whooping.
One million free stickers will be distributed to drivers, which will acts as a reminder that they should keep an eye out, in case they kill someone.
AA president Edmund King said: "Our campaign is definitely needed when half of drivers are often surprised when a cyclist or motorcyclist ‘appears from nowhere’. hose on two wheels never appear from nowhere so as drivers we need to be more alert to other road users."