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How to keep road rage from being contagious

Many drivers might be confident that they can stay cool in difficult driving situations and never submit to road rage, but what happens when they encounter another raging driver? Road rage situations can escalate quickly if one driver's rage spreads to others. West Virginia drivers might be interested in some tips on how to keep that from happening.

It can be very tempting to return negative actions like horn honking or rude gestures when a driver gets them from another. If the driver on the receiving end of the first negative action stays cool and ignores it, their pride may be hurt, but their body and vehicle probably won't be.

When someone is driving with an aggressive driver on their tail, it is sometimes best to let that driver have their way as long as doing so is safe. Moving over to let an impatient driver pass might be best idea.

On the other hand, some situations call for some judgment. It's a good idea for every driver to leave a good amount of space between their car and the car in front of them, but if an impatient or angry driver behind them is honking for them to move, what is the best course of action? Gridlock itself can cause stress for all drivers involved and increase the odds of collisions. In a case such as this, keeping space open is probably the safest choice.

When someone who is experiencing road rage is in an accident with another vehicle, there is a good chance that the raging driver will see the situation as being the other driver's fault. All drivers might want to keep in mind that witnesses can be a vital aspect of any personal injury case. Accident reconstruction can be undertaken to determine what causes car accidents involved in a personal injury lawsuit. Investigators may interview witnesses, who might be able to provide information about the actions of drivers involved at the time the accident occurred.

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