Millennials are the worst drivers on the road

Report: Millennials are the worst drivers on the road

"Alarmingly, some of the drivers ages 19-24 believe that their unsafe driving behavior is acceptable", said Dr. David Yang, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety executive director in a news release. Now, millennials have earned the title of America's Worst Drivers. Those behaviors include running red lights, speeding and, of course, texting while driving, AAA Tidewater said.

There were 35,092 traffic related deaths in the U.S.in 2015, representing the largest single year increase in five decades.

"Alarmingly, some of the drivers ages 19-24 believe that their unsafe driving behavior is acceptable", said Dr. David Yang, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety executive director. It found the driving behavior a teens especially, who represent the highest crash risk, to top those reporting risky driving behaviors. The survey data are from a sample of 2,511 licensed drivers ages 16 and older who reported driving in the past 30 days.

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AAA Spokesman Don Redman says drivers between the ages of 19 to 24 seem to be distracted behind the wheel.

Readers should think about these numbers for a moment. But that's not to say that all the other age groups weren't doing those same exact things.

"When I'm in the auto with friends of mine, they're texting while driving".

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"The study found that the majority of drivers of all ages have also engaged in the same risky behaviors in the last 30 days".

-1.6 times as likely as all drivers to report having read a text message or e-mail while driving in the last 30 days and almost twice as likely as all drivers to report having typed or sent a text message or e-mail while driving.

"Especially with young drivers, they sometimes forget to look at other people on the road and are more concerned only with their driving", he said.

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"50% of them admitted that there were opportunities for them to stop at a red light but instead they gassed it to get through that intersection, even though they could've stopped".

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