Study Links Texting While Driving With Road Rage

Posted on July 24, 2012

We’ve likely all been on the road and spotted someone texting while driving next to us.  That kind of behavior would make any conscientious driver angry.  An assistant research professor with the University of Missouri-St. Louis concurs with Careerbuilders, whose study found that seeing texting while driving may be a large factor for inducing road rage in some persons. If someone notices another driver texting while driving, they may get angry because of the fact that if something bad were to happen, like an accident, they will understand that tragedy would have been easily preventable.

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