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The impact of road rage in America
The impact of road rage in America

Busy traffic, bad or inconsiderate motorists and high levels of stress may cause a Kentucky driver to get angry behind the wheel. According to a study from AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, men as well as those between the ages of 19 and 39 are most likely to get angry ...

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