Can you feel the Road Rage?
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) defines aggressive driving as “the operation of a motor vehicle in a manner that endangers or is likely to endanger persons or property”—a traffic and not a criminal offense like road rage. Examples include speeding or driving too fast for conditions, improper lane changing, tailgating and improper passing.
The problem with road rage?
Approximately 6,800,000 crashes occur in the United States each year; a substantial number are estimated to be caused by aggressive driving.
So here is revenge for those of us victims of the rage…
Love this Karma…
When I once owned a lesser car, I would slam on the brakes when someone was tailgating me just to get back at them. This is just as good.