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WHO DO YOU THINK
HAS WORSE ROAD RAGE – MEN OR WOMEN?
Maybe a better question is: Who do
you think are better drivers…
A new study by Harris Interactive finds women are more likely to act
out when stressed behind the wheel.
the nearly 4,000 drivers polled nationwide, 58 percent said they experience
while commuting and
it’s women who are more likely to fly off the handle.
you know that Male drivers have a 77 percent higher risk of dying in a car
accident than women, based on miles driven?
put a mitt in your mouth and ride shotgun!
the RAGE…if you’re female, young or both you might want to take a chill pill the
next time you get behind the wheel.
survey by Harris Interactive looking at the hazards of commuting to work -
found that women are more likely to experience road rage than men, while
younger adults are much more apt to steam up a car than their older
Of the 3,892
employed adults surveyed, 83 percent of which drive to work, 61 percent of
female respondents said that they had experienced road rage, compared to 56
percent of males.
that a possible reason for the split between the sexes is that “women
may be less in touch overtly with their aggression and, therefore, more
vulnerable to it being tapped by circumstances on the road.”
that is the feeling of anonymity people get when they are behind the
leads folks to lower their inhibitions and allow them to stray from their normal
times have you been cut off by some inconsiderate driver on the freeway?
your reaction when you do have some wacko gun it into your lane without
signaling, forcing you to break suddenly or swerve on to the shoulder to avoid a
check this out…
Washington, D.C.-area men have created a website that allows motorists to post
the license plate numbers of bad drivers.
heard and done stories about websites that allow drivers to list certain
highways and bi-ways where police officers tend to "hide" out in an effort to
catch speeders. But, I've been the victim of rude drivers on many occasions so I
am digging this!
website is called platewire.com. Since the site has been up its
creators' told the newspaper they've had hundreds of messages posted from
drivers "venting over the idiots they encounter on the roads.
messages have headings like "Maniac" and "Jerk on the Phone."
site's introduction it says, "Report and flag bad drivers, award good drivers,
and even flirt with cute drivers."
example from the site of one driver's warning:
white (old cop car)
Location: Ocean Springs, Mississippi
Description: At a 3 way stop and
blinded by the sun, I accidentally turned left on "his turn". He had an old cop
car spotlight and shined it into my car. It was so bad I could not see the road
ahead and had to pull over. This jerk then pulled up behind me (putting his car
in the ditch...hehehehehe) and proceeded to yell and holler. Needless to say I
left the area and called the police. They pulled him over and lectured him to
calm down. Personally I would have gladly paid a ticket for failure to yield if
they had hauled this turkey off to jail for
Basically, it gives you a great
place to vent, especially if you've told your story one too many times to
friends and family members. This gives you a venue to air your frustrations
without seeing someone roll their eyes when you do so.
THERE IS DRIVEMECRAZY.MOBI!!!!
like I've been waiting for this app FOREVER. Next time you're on the road and
some jackass does something unthinkably stupid . . . a new iPhone app will make
sure the guy doesn't get away with it.
is called DriveMeCrazy, and it lets you record a voice message with
someone's plate number and what they did. All the info about each license plate
is stored in a database and passed along to insurance companies and law
also use the app to check out what other drivers have said about you. It's free
. . . but there's no word when versions for other kinds of phones might come
the website here: