LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A new study shows that young millennials are the worst-behaved drivers on the road.
According to the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, 88.4 percent of drivers aged 19-24 told researchers they had engaged in a risky behavior while driving — such as texting, speeding or running red lights — within the previous 30 days.
Among drivers aged 25-39, 79.2 percent had engaged in a risky behavior, while 75.2 percent of drivers aged 40-59 acknowledged such activity.
Only 69.3 percent of drivers aged 16-18 admitted to risky behavior behind the wheel.
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