Nearly a quarter of male drivers admit to "blind" overtaking while at the wheel, a survey has found.
Responses from 1,000 drivers in the UK showed that 24% of men and 18% of women motorists admitted overtaking when they could not be certain nothing was coming.
Brake senior campaign officer Ellen Booth said: "Overtaking dangerously or driving too fast on rural roads puts yourself and others in grave danger, risking needless deaths and injuries."
Julie Townsend, the head of road safety charity Brake, said she supports the targeting of younger drivers in their early 20s and morning-after drivers.
She said that many people do not realise the risks of driving after even one small drink.