The aim of the present Diploma Thesis is the analysis of the characteristics of aggressive driving in Greece and the analysis of data regarding Greece, as they were collected from a Pan-European survey, ESRA. From the development of the statistic models of Factor Analysis, Bivariate Correlations Analysis, Reliability Analysis, Binary logistic Regression Analysis and Negative Binomial Regression Analysis, the correlation between aggressive driving, police checks and the number of accidents caused by aggressive driving, was examined. The results of the statistical analysis show that aggressive drivers express their aggressiveness in different ways, that gender and age play a major role in aggressive driving, that the majority of the drivers take positions against speeding and that aggressive driving is described from tree different characteristics: actions against other drivers, negative feelings and risk-taking actions while driving.