Lexington man recalls being shot in the face while driving on I-77 in South Carolina after a road rage situation.
Tips for Handling Road Rage :
- Do not react to insults, gestures, or other rude behavior.
- Do not respond in any way, either verbally or behaviorally, other than to back off and give the aggressive driver room to “leave.”
- Stay away from drivers who are speeding or exhibiting another form of anxiety.
- Do not engage the aggressive driver—do not establish eye contact.
- Do not try to gain the upper hand and never try to teach someone a “lesson.”
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