Road Rage Stats 2019

Road Rage Stats 2019

Below are survey results conducted by AAA where 1,000 motorists answered questions relating to road rage and anger while driving.

  1. Purposely Tailgated = 51%
  2. Brake Checked Vehicle Behind = 46%
  3. Honked or Given Middle Finger  = 44%
  4. Yelled, Screamed and Made Improper Gestures = 35%
  5. Cut someone off on purpose = 13%
  6. Got out of the vehicle and confronted another driver = 3%
  7. Collided with another vehicle on purpose = 2%

More interesting statistics:

  • 97% of the 2% of motorists who reported colliding with another vehicle, also reported actions 1 through 6 above
  • 62% Male and 38% Female
  • 70% under 30 years of age
  • 21% with college degree
  • 80% Rural
  • Alabama is the state with the highest road rage fatalities per capita
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Tailgated 51%
Brake Checked 46%
Honked 44%
Yelled 35%
Cut Off 13%
Confront 3%
Collide 2%