Distracted driving is one of the biggest threats to drivers on the road, resulting in about 3,000 deaths every year. This includes people who text and drive, as well as others who engage in activities like eating and drinking, engaging in personal hygiene, or even those who change the radio while driving. Here are some of the ways that distracted drivers cause motor vehicle accidents:
“Road rage” has become more of a threat over the past few years, as incidents of shootings on the road have increased dramatically, according to one study. Not only does this result in direct violence to drivers, but road rage also increases the risk of accidents overall. But what exactly is road rage, and how does it make it more likely that people will get into auto accidents?