No. At issue is imroving the driving of 30 million motorists.
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More common sense all around would probably help amongst all road users, along with a bit of tolerance and patience. Some drivers are good, some aren't, same with cyclists, pedestrians,motorcyclists, HGV and any other road users. Even those who are good would be lying if they said they'd never made an error on the road.
I drove to work in thick fog this morning. En route I passed numerous cars without lights on, a couple of cyclists with no lights or hi viz and people walking dogs on narrow roads with no pavements who were wearing grey and black clothing. It's the responsibility of other road users to look where they're going, but a whole selection could do a whole lot to make themselves more visible, especially those who are most vulnerable in the event of a collision.