SPANISH drivers are notorious for their road rage.
But new statistics suggest that just 2.8% would pass a driving theory test if they took it now.
The National Confederation of Driving Schools discovered that 21% of Spanish drivers with at least 21 years experience on the roads would answer fewer than 22 questions correctly.
The most correct answers were given for road safety questions, while the most incorrect answers were for road rules questions.
The survey revealed that separated and divorced people scored higher than married people, but there was no difference between men and women.
Murcia was the lowest scoring region.