I saw an article a few weeks ago from NPR that talked about the rise in road rage incidents, in which many studies show that the patterns on the front of many newer trucks seemed to have an enraging effect on some males of the human species. While I doubt this is the only thing spurring so many guys to drive too fast (which women do too), it seems that they (more than women, according to these studies) tailgate more, following way too closely and aggressively.
Watching Durango drivers makes me think public transportation is the best thing ever.
Our local law enforcement should be able to stop and cite or arrest anyone who causes a road rage incident.
– Christa Turnell, Durango