Agressive Drivers

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Aggressive driving behavior takes many forms. Typical aggressive driving behaviors include speeding, driving too close to the car in front, not respecting traffic rules, improper lane changing or weaving, etc. The list is very long. Most people drive aggressively from time to time and many drivers are not even aware when they are doing it. Everyday we have to deal with these people on our roads. We run a great risk just driving around the corner to go to the store or a quiet walk. According to U.S. News and World Report, the U.S. Department of Transportation estimates that two-thirds of fatalities are at least partially caused by aggressive driving. Aggressive driving is also bad for the environment. Research at the Flemish Institute for Technological Research in Belgium has shown that aggressive driving during heavy traffic conditions can guzzle up to 40 per cent more fuel. Also the exhaust gases from the aggressively driven cars contained considerably more polluting chemicals and in the case of carbon monoxide the increase was as much as eight times greater than normal. Fortunately, there is something we can do about it. To overcome aggressive driving we must first understand it. There are a number of different ways that can help to prevent or discourage aggressive driving. Enforcement and education are the most common and fitting. To conclude, aggressive drivers are endangering everyone because they create hazardous condition by acting and driving foolishly, it means that it is not dangerous only for the drivers but also for everyone. They should control their anger and change their bad habit in driving and learn to drive safety. One important thing is that they must obey the traffic regulation. After all, the lives they save could be their own. In conclusion, we have seen that road rage is a growing problem in our nation. It creates a very real problem in our everyday lives. No matter what car is driven how large or big, aggressiveness is very dangerous....
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