Whether drivers are guilty of being too aggressive on the road, or have been on the receiving end of it, a recent study shows drivers could be nicer during the holiday season.
State Farm and KRC Research recently conducted a survey of 1,000 U.S. drivers 18 years of age and older and learned there's room for improvement.
According to the survey, nearly two out of three drivers have experienced an act of aggressive driving six times or more in the past three months from another driver.
The survey also revealed that nearly a third of drivers say their likelihood to engage in aggressive driving increases during the holidays.
About half of survey respondents say men and women are equally courteous when driving, but when it comes to aggressive driving, 54 percent of drivers say men are the most likely culprits of aggressive driving.
Top situations most likely to make drivers respond aggressively were traffic jams, running late and road closures or construction.
For more information about the study, click here.