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AAA study: Men are more aggressive drivers

According to the study, women do admit to some dangerous driving habits including running red lights.

News 12 Staff

Dec 9, 2020, 11:44 AM

Updated 1,289 days ago

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A new study finds men are more aggressive drivers than women.
The AAA study shows men are more likely to speed, tailgate, merge dangerously and honk at other drivers - compared to women.
According to the study, women do admit to some dangerous driving habits including running red lights.
Younger drivers of both sexes were also found to be more aggressive than older drivers.
With everyday stress already high from the pandemic and the stress of the holiday season, AAA is urging motorists to keep their cool.


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