I fairly consistently see Deliveroo riders (cyclists and moped alike) breaking traffic rules and cycling heedlessly around Bristol.
I'm curious, do Deliveroo riders get any training about how to ride when out on deliveries? Are Deliveroo (as a company) responsible for the behaviour of their couriers - or do they use the fall back "they are all self-employed so it's up to them".
Deliveroo riders are, in general, the worst behaved road users I see on my commute; riding on the pavement, on the wrong side of the road, jumping red lights, riding at night without lights - pretty much everything the Daily Mail accuses every cyclist ever of.
I fear I'm generalising, however, I have witnessed and overwhelmingly poor display of road use from these riders (mopeds included). The other thing I have noticed when commuting (by bike) is Deliveroo riders seem to struggle to see around their large backpacks and are, therefore, unable to check over their shoulders when changing lanes.