The Comparison of Aggressive Driving Behavior between Pakistan and China Based on Driver Behavior Questionnaire

  •  Muhammad Murtaza    
  •  Jinxi Zhang    
  •  Mehtab Ur Rehman    
  •  Kamran Iqbal    


Aggressive Driving behavior plays a key role in road safety as it is important in road traffic accident prevention. The aim of this study was to investigate the aggressive driving behavior attitude towards road safety issues in Pakistan and china and the applicability of three-factor structure (aggressive violations, ordinary violations and errors) of both version of driver behavior questionnaire (DBQ). T-test was conducted to evaluate significant differences and it exposed that Chinese sample is more significant. Confirmatory factor analysis was tested and calculated on both samples. Chinese samples fit the CFA statistics models best as compared to Pakistani sample. Additionally, Pakistan drivers especially the younger drivers were mostly engaged in aggression and errors, while Chinese drivers appeared more disciplined and rule followers.

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