Do you have road rage?

United States
June 15, 2007 4:56am CST
I myself am a very cautions driver but then I see other drivers that do not care about what is in front of them so I would like to no if you are one of them. hugs
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@rdougl (469)
• United States
22 Jun 07
No, but I live in a medium size city. I've lived up north before and Oh, those people have it bad. Everyone is in a rush to get somewhere. In the snow it gets worst. Would you believe they drive faster when it snows.
• United States
22 Jun 07
It snows here and yes they do drive crazy in it. The trucks and suv's are the worst of them all. hugs
@rdougl (469)
• United States
23 Jun 07
A guy once told me, "I'm not going to let some snow keep me from getting into work". I believe we got over 14 inches that day. Needless to say, He was the only one who went in that day.
• United States
15 Jun 07
I do get raged, however I try to control myself. I have a commute that is 1 - 1/2 hours in the morning and about 1 hour in the evening I also live in a rural area with few passing zones. I get very upset if I get caught behind someone that is holding me up. Although I am enraged inside I know there is nothing I can do about it. I feel if someone does not have enough confidence in themselves or their vehicle; they should not be out in rush hour traffic until they gain the confidence. It happened this morning, in fact and I was in a panic over being late and looseing my job. When I finally reached the highway, Did I speed? A little, about 7 mph over the speed limit. Did I drive as if I wanted to run everyone over? Absolutely not!
• United States
15 Jun 07
that is along ways to drive to work... I to have gone 5 miles over the speed limit to get to work on time. hugs
• United States
18 Jun 07
Yes it is a long drive, I cross a major bridge and I never know whats up ahead. I give myself plenty of time to get there and that's what helps keep the rage in check.
@psyche49f (2511)
• Philippines
26 Jun 07
Not really...of course, it's normal to express our disgust over some crazy drivers, but it should not affect my driving because in the long run, I'd be in the losing end. The best way is to be a defensive driver, be careful about what other drivers do next so as not to cause an accident. Road rage can often cause accidents, so we better not give in to it....