Road Rage (US)
In today’s fast paced world, it seems that many drivers carry their frustrations and impatience into their vehicle with them. Road rage is something you must be aware of as a driver. Some drivers lose their self-control over certain actions or perceived intentions and are willing to physically fight or engage in dangerous driving activities to retaliate against their perceived opponent. This training is designed to give you the information you need to avoid becoming the victim of road rage – or succumbing to it yourself.
3. Triggers and Traits
4. Avoiding Road Rage
- Distinguish between aggressive driving and road rage.
- List the triggers for road rage and the traits of road rage drivers.
- Describe what you can do to avoid becoming a victim of road rage.
- State the actions to take if you encounter a road rage driver.
- Describe what you can do to avoid experiencing road rage yourself.
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