The most common form of aggression shown was verbal abuse, followed by hand gestures and intimidatory driving. Thirteen people taking part in the survey reported physical attacks and 24 said their vehicles had been attacked.
"This type of behaviour can cause accidents which need never have taken place, and inevitably leads to higher insurance costs," said Denis Loretto, general manager of Cornhill. "Everyone using the public highway should be concerned at the scale and frequency of aggressive behaviour on our roads."Reuse content