Source: Danny Kerslake, CBC News, July 31, 2019
Road rage happens when ‘people feel braver in a car and they take chances that they shouldn’t’: instructor
Keeping your cool behind the wheel in Saskatchewan’s urban centres can be tough, as road construction creates an obstacle course of detours and traffic slows to a frustrating crawl.
It’s the sort of environment that can set tempers to boil and increase the dangers of road rage, according to one Saskatoon driving instructor.
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