The study examined the influence of passengers’ attitude, age, sex and risk perception on the deriving behaviour of inter-city commercial bus drivers in Osun state. Primary data were used in the study. It involved systematic observation and the use of questionnaire. Participatory observation was conducted on passengers and drivers of commercial buses plying Ile-Ife – Ilesa, Ilesa - Osogbo and Osogbo-Ile-Ife routes. Two different forms of questionnaires were administered on the drivers and passengers respectively. A multi-stage sampling procedure was used. A total of 375 respondents were purposively selected from the six motor parks in a ratio of three passengers to a driver. The results showed that the passengers’ sex have significant influence on the driving behaviour of inter-city commercial bus drivers Results also showed that the attitude of passengers have no significant influence on the driving behaviour of inter-city commercial bus drivers.The study concluded that road users needed to be better enlightened on road uses and safety in Nigeria.