AAA Research shows most Drivers Exhibit Road Rage

Sep 2, 2016 0 Comments in Uncategorized by


Reminder of the week:

AAA Research shows most Drivers Exhibit Road Rage

A report released on July 14, 2016, by the American Automobile Association (AAA) indicates that nearly 80 percent of drivers have expressed road rage in the last year at least one time. The report, which was based on a national survey of 2,705 licensed drivers ages 16 and older who reported driving in the past 30 days, documents the following examples of road rage behavior:

  • Purposefully tailgating: 51 percent
  • Yelling at another driver: 47 percent
  • Honking to show annoyance or anger: 45 percent
  • Making angry gestures: 33 percent
  • Trying to block another vehicle from changing lanes: 24 percent
  • Cutting off another vehicle on purpose: 12 percent
  • Getting out of the vehicle to confront another driver: 4 percent
  • Bumping or ramming another vehicle on purpose: 3 percent


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