Bad behavior behind the wheel has declined in the past three years but some dangerous habits are persisting, according to a new report.

The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety’s annual survey of traffic safety culture saw a decline in unsafe driving habits like running red lights, drowsy driving, and driving impaired on cannabis or alcohol in the past three years.

Some dangerous driving behaviors have fallen more than others, with drivers still admitting to speeding and using a handheld cell phone, posing a danger on the roadways.

As more Americans return to the daily commute, the AAA is reminding all motorists to practice safe driving behaviors by focusing on the task of driving, keeping their eyes on the road and hands on the wheel.

“Based on self-reported driving behaviors from our annual survey of traffic safety culture, it is encouraging to see more drivers recognize the danger of certain activities behind the wheel,” said Dr David Yang, Executive Director of the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. “However, the ultimate goal is to see the majority of drivers form safe driving habits and practice them.”