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Driving too fast makes it harder to react to dangerous situations, reduces a driver’s ability to steer safely around curves or objects in the roadway, and increases the force of impact in a crash.
Road rage is a physical assault of a person or vehicle as a result of a traffic incident—this is a criminal offense where you can go to jail.
What Employers Can Do
Second, if you do encounter an angry driver, don't make matters worse by triggering a confrontation: