A Little Aggression behind the Wheel can have Lasting Effects, Tips to Prevent Road Rage
According to Safemotorist.com 66% of traffic fatalities are caused by some form of aggressive driving. Examples of aggressive driving include speeding, trying to beat a red light, and tailgating because the driver in front of you is driving too slow.
Here are some tips to prevent aggressive driving, and to keep you and others safer on the road:
- If you’re stressed or agitated listen to soothing music
- Avoid rushing by giving yourself plenty of time to get from point A to point B
- If you’re delayed due to a traffic jam try your best to take a deep breath and accept it
- If your facing stress at work or at home you may be more likely to exhibit road rage. Consider seeking therapy or some other form of treatment to address emotional turbulence
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