We all get angry behind the wheel from time to time. It's human nature. We might be running late and get stuck in traffic. According to recent study, an alarming number of drivers acting on their anger, engaging in aggressive driving practices, putting responsible drivers - and their families - at risk.
August 2016 Archives
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are more people who die in car crashes in the U.S. than in other first world countries. The CDC report analyzed 2013 accident figures, the most recent data available to study trends. In 2013 alone, there were over 32,000 people who died in this way in the U.S., which equates to about 90 deaths every day.