anger management

Road Rage

Road rage incidents have increased 30% since 2010 and the time of year doesn’t seem to matter. In fact, the holiday season is ripe with frustrated and angry drivers so your chances of running into one is very much a reality. In general, fear of encountering or being injured by an enraged driver is a top concern of most drivers throughout the year. Although tougher laws exist for drunk drivers, the legal system has not yet made similar progress relative to drivers who use their vehicles to vent their anger. But the distinction is clear – road rage is a criminal act while aggressive driving is a traffic offense.