By user12625760 on Apr 23, 2009
Here is a moderately good page from the Department for Transport for cyclists and drivers. It's good. It seems odd that drivers want cyclists to know that they drive to fast (Motorists usually travel faster than cyclists and may have less time to take account of hazards.) and don't look enough (Motorists may not always see cyclists), which while true is not really what drivers should want to cyclists to know.
If however some more motorists read this and understand it that would be a step in the right direction. The best thing about this is that it comes from the Department for Transport which does not have a reputation for being pro cycling.