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AAA study finds nearly 80 percent of drivers experience some degree of road rage

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) -- Road rage affects a majority of us.

A study by AAA says nearly 80 percent of drivers have expressed significant anger or aggression behind the wheel in the past year, but approximately 8 million drivers have taken it a step further, like confronting another driver or even ramming another car.

AAA says to help prevent road rage, don't offend other drivers by causing them to brake or suddenly change their direction. Be tolerant and forgiving: don't assume someone intentionally did something to wrong you.

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