Sunday, February 8, 2015

Road Rage

The American Automobile Association (AAA) has released the results of a nationwide survey of drivers which asked how they feel about tailgating, making rude gestures, and passing on the right. Whey the survey revealed is that aggressive driving means different things to different people. Carolyn Gorman, Vice President, Insurance Information Institute, says that people's perceptions of your driving can trigger an aggressive driving incident. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) says people can protect themselves from aggressive drivers by remaining calm. NHTSA recommends you leave a lot of travel time, look for alternate routes if there is a lot of traffic, and learn to be late. Lon Anderson, American Automobile Association says those surveyed list tailgating, passing on the right and making rude gestures as classic examples of aggressive driving.

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