What causes road rage and how to deal with it

March 3, 2022


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in 2020, almost half of respondents (45 percent) reported driving 15 mph over the speed limit on a freeway, and 23 percent of drivers admitted to driving through a red light. Additionally, 21 percent of respondents reported switching lanes quickly or following very closely behind another car.

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