Driving Tips: Dealing with Aggressive
If you've ever been passed on the wrong side, tailgated, cut off
or hemmed in by another vehicle, then you've been the victim of
an aggressive driver. Aggressive driving often ends in collisions
and senseless personal attacks.
Be a cautious and courteous driver. Avoid creating a situation
that may provoke another motorist.
- Don’t tailgate.
- If you are in the left lane and someone wants to pass, move
over and let the driver by.
- Don't make inappropriate hand or facial gestures.
- Use your horn sparingly. The horn is a communication device.
Try not to use it to "punish" an aggressive driver because
you only draw their attention to you.
- If you do encounter an angry aggressive driver, don’t
make matters worse by triggering a confrontation. Avoid eye contact
and steer clear, giving angry drivers plenty of room.
- It is a good idea to put as much distance between you and the aggressive driver
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