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Have you ever been driving on a two-lane road, come up behind a car that is going at a slow speed and you are not able to pass? Maybe someone is driving erratically or an accident on the road has caused you unavoidable delays. These can be maddening situations. You might yell, honk the horn, or beat on the steering wheel to vent. Others may escalate to road rage.
As a driver, you need to stay calm, cool, and collected so that you can operate your vehicle in a safe manner – even when you get frustrated or irritated with another driver. The unfortunate thing is that not all drivers can control their emotions behind the wheel.
Aggressive driving leads to numerous accidents and injuries every year. The speed and force that is often involved in a road rage accident can cause severe injuries, too.
Road rage is the most common form of aggressive driving and refers to any type of aggressive or violent behavior that stems from anger at other motorists. It includes driving behaviors such as:
Road rage impairs the angry driver’s ability to focus on driving safely.
Road rage can even lead to violent attacks and assaults so all drivers should know how to prevent and/or diffuse a situation.
If you are the one prone to intense and high emotions when driving, try the following:
Staying calm when behind the wheel protects you and other drivers on the road.
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