All types of people run red lights. The most common reason (47%) for red light running is impatience. Red light runners are more likely to be younger, have poor driving records and drive older, smaller vehicles. They are also less likely to use seat belts and are three times more likely than other drivers to have multiple speeding convictions. This means that red light runners are typically at a higher risk of injury in a red light running collision and so are the people they crash into. Motorists who are fatally injured running red lights are much more likely (35%) to be over the standard drunken driving threshold (blood alcohol concentration of at least 0.08%) than drivers of the other vehicles involved in these crashes (6%).