Must-Know Emotional Driving Statistics [Current Data]

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"80% of drivers in the United States have admitted to driving while angry or frustrated."

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"Teen drivers with ADHD are 36% more likely to have an accident due to emotional driving."

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"Emotional driving contributes to more than 56% of road accidents in Canada."

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"The risk of a crash or near-crash occurrence is 9.8 times higher for emotional drivers."

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"Emotional driving contributes to around 48% of aggressive driving incidents."

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"In South Korea, emotional driving was determined as a significant contributing factor in 36.8% of traffic accidents."

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"Emotional driving was considered a leading cause of accidents in Canada between 2009-2015, at a rate of 48%."

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"The number of accidents due to emotional drivers increased by 2.9% in 2017 in the United States."

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"Overwhelmed drivers are 45% more likely to commit a traffic offense compared to non-emotional drivers."

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"Emotional driving increases the risk of car accidents by 28% for young drivers and novices."

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"Bored or restless drivers are 36% more likely to perform risky maneuvers on the road."

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"37.6% of newly licensed drivers reported at least one emotional driving incident in their first year of driving."

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