Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Study Says Women Experience More Road Rage

What a joke! Are they for real?? This is a crock of ... uh sorry, got a little out of control there. I got fired up when reading that a new study of commuters claims women are more prone to road rage than men.
Of the 3,000+ drivers surveyed, 61% of women said that they had experienced road rage, compared to 56% of men. And roughly 9% of commuters have actually gotten into a fight with another commuter. Wow, that's a higher number than I would have thought. I'm too lazy to even go through a drive through to get food, I can't imagine the effort it would take to get out of my car and engage someone in a fight.
CBS Baltimore has more of the study's findings.

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