Honk if You Agree: Road Rage is on the Rise

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The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found in its most recent study that 80 percent of drivers said they’d engaged in aggressive driving over the past year and two-thirds of drivers felt aggressive driving was on the rise. We’ll talk with experts about road rage, what it is and how to avoid it.


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John Moreno, spokesperson, AAA Northern California

Robert Nemerovski, clinical psychologist

Stanley Roberts, reporter, KRON 4; host of "People Behaving Badly" news segment