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What Do You Consider Road Rage? [POLL]

Road Rage
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We have all run into an annoying driver at one point on New Jersey roadways. Whether they’re slowing down the flow of traffic in the left lane or cutting you off for an inexplicable reason, it gets aggravating. Some people get angrier than others, but Deminski & Doyle are curious to know what you consider road rage.

Is just opening your mouth and muttering to yourself an act of road rage? What about cursing to yourself or to the perpetrator? Or, do you not consider it an act of road rage until a middle finger goes flying or when things get physical? Deminski & Doyle want to know what you think about this. Take part in our poll below.

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