We all know someone who seems to get exceptionally angry while driving. Maybe we are that someone, or maybe it’s someone we frequently drive with. While “road rage” is common in our society of frequent commutes on congested highways, it can be dangerous in more ways than one.
The American Psychological Association reports that drivers who experience road rage are more likely to take driving risks and are also more likely to wind up in an accident. Also, all of that anger and stress, especially if it compounds on a regular basis, can be hazardous to your health.
So how does one get road rage under control? Try these 12 tips: