“This report presents the methods for the AAA Foundation’s eighth annual Traffic Safety Culture Index (a nationally representative survey, to begin to a ... [ Read More » ]
Aggressive driving occurs when an individual deliberately commits unsafe driving actions that endanger other people or property and increase the risk of a crash. Aggressive driving is not just an urban issue, it is also found in rural areas. Some examples include: red light running, speeding, tailgating, unsafe passing, and failure to obey traffic control devices.
This section provides resources for defining aggressive driving, methods to combat it, and examples of enforcement programs.
This website is the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s communication resource for States, partner organizations, and highway safety profess ... [ Read More » ]
Motorists would be well advised to keep their cool in traffic, to be patient and courteous to other drivers, and to correct unsafe driving habits that are likel ... [ Read More » ]
A traffic safety phenomenon known as aggressive driving, which emerged as an "issue of the 90's," threatens to be a major public safety concern for the motoring ... [ Read More » ]
This document describes the types of risky driving behaviors evident in rural areas and presents a summary of strategies that can be used to address these behav ... [ Read More » ]
“Aggressive driving” is operating a motor vehicle in a selfish, pushy, or impatient manner, often unsafely, that directly affects other drivers. In many cas ... [ Read More » ]