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Avoiding Road Rage

Don't let yourself get drawn into a confrontation
Below are a few suggestions to keep yourself from getting emotionally (or worse, physically) involved:

 Avoid eye contact!
 If you need to use your horn, do it sparingly.
 Get out of the way. Even if the other guy is speeding, it's safest to not make a point by staying in your lane.
 If someone is following you after an on-the-road encounter, drive to a public place or the nearest police station.
 Report any aggressive driving incidents to the police department immediately. You may be able to prevent further occurrences by the same driver.
Above all, always use your seat belt! Seat belt use saves 9,500 lives annually.

If you follow the steps above, you can contribute to safer driving on the roads. There are also several preventative measures underway to address the problem on a grand scale.

 
 

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