An AA Ireland survey found that over 30% of drivers felt general driver behaviour has worsened

A new AA Ireland survey of 4,000 customers has shown that drivers believe the behaviour of other drivers is getting worse.

Over 30% of people surveyed felt general driver behaviour had worsened in the last two years, with less than 3% seeing an improvement.

Conor Faughnan thinks the survey results indicate that traffic has become busier, and that very often it's down to "impatience."

Michael Sheridan adds that drivers are "more cocooned than we used to be."

"You've got a disconnect with what's happening in the outside world and that can give some people a false sense of superiority and entitlement."

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