A recent study has confirmed Millennials are the worst offenders, but nearly half of all Baby Boomers are engaging in a dangerous and illegal practice behind the wheel -- texting while driving.

According to a new survey by Liberty Mutual says 86% of millennials admitted they sometimes use their phone while driving, compared to 72% of Gen Xers, and 49% of Baby Boomers.

And texting isn't the only behind-the-wheel danger, according to the study, "In the U.S., 47 percent of Millennials admitted to driving aggressively versus 22 percent of Boomers. A majority (63 percent) of Millennials also multi-task behind the wheel, including eating or applying makeup, compared to only 54 percent of Generation X and 37 percent of Boomers."