The survey reveals that nearly one in three drivers, of all ages, admit to occasionally running red lights.
The survey was conducted by AAA. It found that 69 percent of drivers ages 16 to 18 and those 75 and up engage in risky behaviors.
That includes speeding, texting and driving, and running red lights.
Gary Bubar is with AAA Michigan.
He said 88 percent of young millennials, ages 19 to 24, report bad behaviors while driving.
“What you’ve also found is that you can drive a lot, and get away with a lot without wrecking your car. And so you’re going to do those things. If you got away with it once, the next time it becomes okay too. Its why a lot of people still, even though they know how dangerous it is they still do the kinds of things inside the vehicle that they probably shouldn’t do, and know they shouldn’t do.”
One-third of all drivers report running a red light on occasion.
“So one out of three drivers has run a red light knowingly? and almost one out of two for drivers in age 19-24. That tells me that’s an issue that needs to be addressed.”
Bubar said the study also found young millennial drivers are twice as likely as other drivers to type a text or e-mail on the road.