DRIVERS say their pet hate is seeing other motorists using mobile phones behind the wheel.
And a survey says very few drivers are irritated by speed cameras.
The poll, carried out by a radio station for the West Yorkshire Casualty Reduction Partnership, wanted to find out what people thought was the top priority to make roads safer.
The result was overwhelming, with 71% of motorists saying that using a mobile phone while driving was the most dangerous activity that needed to be stopped.
The next most hated habit was people not wearing seatbelts (13%), followed by speed humps at 12%.
But only 4% of drivers were against speed cameras.
The survey is the latest in a publicity campaign in the run-up to Safer Roads Day - May 1 - when the aim is that no-one dies or is hurt on West Yorkshire's roads.
Philip Gwynne, the partnership's head of public affairs, said: "The fact that only a tiny proportion of people mentioned safety cameras emphasises again that the stories put about that cameras are loathed by most people are simply not true.
"The vast majority of people in this part of the world recognise the benefits of cameras in making the roads and the communities alongside them safer and better places to be.
"This is why the partnership receives about 600 requests a year from people asking for cameras to be installed in their neighbourhood, to deter speeders and improve conditions," added Mr Gwynne.