Subj: Road Rage Rising, But Why Now?
Road Rage Rising, But Why Now?
Aggressive driving can be measured from the obvious – making rude gestures, tailgating and honking the horn – to the more nebulous – such as driving 10 miles over the speed limit. A study from the AAA Foundation analyzed more than 10,000 suspected road rage incidents over seven years and found they resulted in at least 218 murders and 12,610 injuries.
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Just in time for some of the highest gas prices we've seen in a while, smaller, fuel efficient cars, such as the Mazda3, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Accent and the Honda Civic Hybrid are enjoying excellent leasing terms.
Man Killed For Moving His Car From A Fire Lane?
Surviving passengers in the car say visibility was limited by condensation on the windshield, suggesting the possibility that the driver couldn't easily see the policeman who tried to stop him and then shot him.
Eight Traffic Ticket Tips
Nobody likes paying for tickets. But if you're a driver, they're a fact of life -- especially at the end of the month or around the holidays when police scramble to fill their quotas.
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