The average Brit breaks the law around 21 times a year, it has emerged. Speeding, eating or drinking while driving and not wearing a seat belt are the most common crimes we commit during our day-to-day lives. Other car crimes which take place regularly include jumping red lights, parking on double yellow lines and driving someone else's motor without the proper insurance cover. Common crimes: Speeding is one of the main offences committed by the public on a daily basis Common crimes: Speeding is one of the main offences committed by the public on a daily basis Downloading music illegally, texting or chatting while driving, and cycling without lights on are also offences we regularly commit. John Miles, business development director for Gocompare.com, which conducted the poll of 3,000 adults, said: "Brits are becoming so used to breaking the law on a daily basis that they aren't even fazed by their actions. "A huge number of people choose to regularly break the speed limit, which means British roads are filled with inconsiderate and dangerous drivers. "And those people who insist on doing things other than actually driving the car - such as eating, drinking or using the mobile phone - are putting their own lives in danger as well as the lives of others." TOP 20 WAYS WE BREAK THE LAW 1. Break the speed limit - 79 per cent 2. Driving without due care and attention (Eating / drinking while driving) - 71 per cent 3. Cycled on the pavement - 70 per cent 4. Manoeuvre the car without wearing a seatbelt - 41 per cent 5. Downloaded music or files on the computer without paying - 36 per cent 6. Sex in a public place - 34 per cent 7. Driven through a red light - 34 per cent 8. Park on double yellow lines - 31 per cent 9. Text or check a text on the mobile phone while driving - 31 per cent 10. Taken drugs - 28 per cent 11. Used the mobile phone while driving - 26 per cent 12. Dropped litter - 25 per cent 13. Moved and failed to tell DVLA of change of address - 24 per cent 14. Driven someone else's car without insurance - 23 per cent 15. Cycled without lights on after dark - 21 per cent 16. Bumped into someone's car and driven off without leaving details - 20 per cent 17. Taken the dog for a walk and not cleaned up their poo - 18 per cent 18. Park in a disabled spot - 17 per cent 19. Smoked in a public place - 14 per cent 20. Watched TV without a TV license - 14 per cent Source Quite interesting, how many do you break without thinking?