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Are you tired of feeling anxious and stressed every time you get behind the wheel?


  • Do you feel excessive worry or fear before or during driving, especially when facing specific situations such as highways, busy intersections, or unfamiliar routes?
  • Have you experienced physical symptoms like rapid heartbeat, sweating, trembling, or shortness of breath when thinking about or engaging in driving?
  • Do you find yourself avoiding or frequently postponing driving tasks due to intense discomfort or dread?
  • Do you often engage in safety behaviors like avoiding certain routes, always driving with a companion, or excessively checking and re-checking your vehicle before driving?
  • Are you constantly worried about the possibility of losing control, getting into an accident, or experiencing a panic attack while driving?
  • Have you noticed a significant impact on your daily life, relationships, or work due to the avoidance of driving activities?

If you find yourself answering "yes" to several of these questions, it may indicate that you are experiencing driving anxiety.

Driving Anxiety Worksheets can help you take control of your driving-related fears and build confidence on the road.

(+25 pages of prompts and activities)


  • Self-Assessment
  • Identify Anxiety Triggers and Reactions
  • Identify Anxiety Reactions
  • Reframe Cognitive Distortions
  • Coping With Memories of Previous Accidents
  • Relaxation Techniques
  • Safety Behavior Inventory
  • Exposure Hierarchy
  • Gradual Exposure
  • Imaginative Exposure

Driving anxiety, also known as vehophobia, is a specific phobia characterized by an intense and persistent fear of driving or being a passenger in a vehicle.

There are several factors that can contribute to the development of driving anxiety, including:

  • Traumatic experiences
  • Generalized anxiety
  • Social anxiety
  • Stressful or challenging driving environments
  • Certain personality traits
  • Observing a significant person in one's life displaying fear

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Hi there, my name is Hadiah.

I am a counselor and the author behind Ineffable Living blog – a codependency and mental health blog.

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