Aggressive Driving

"Road Rage" On the Rise, AAA Foundation Reports Reported Aggressive Driving Incidents

Reports of violent traffic incidents have increased nearly 7 percent per year since
1990. "Yet this is only the small tip of a very large iceberg," says David K. Willis,
President of the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Aggressive Driving: Three Studies

In Massachusetts, Donald Graham, a 54-year-old bookkeeper, became
embroiled in a heated, ongoing traffic dispute with Michael Blodgett, 42, on
February 20, 1994.

Research on the Problem of Violent Aggressive Driving

Mr. Chairman, members of the Surface Transportation Subcommittee, I am
David K. Willis, President and Chief Executive Officer of the AAA Foundation for
Traffic Safety. The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety is a publicly supported,
charitable research and educational organization affiliated with the American
Automobile Association, a federation of 99 motor clubs serving more than 39
million motorists in the United States and Canada.

Controlling Road Rage: A Literature Review and Pilot Study

This report discusses results of a literature review and pilot study on how to prevent
aggressive driving and road rage.

Aggressive Driving: Research Update

The Foundation's report finds that aggressive driving is a factor in up to 56% of deadly vehicle crashes. Motorists are concerned with others’ aggressive driving while many are guilty themselves.

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