No surprise that the worst cities for road rage are some of America’s biggest, led by the Big Apple. I would’ve expected Los Angeles to rank second, but it’s listed fourth. I recall an Overdrive story about drivers there trying to arrange their local/regional routes for the wee hours because the traffic then is only bad, not gridlocked.
Scan the infographic below and you’ll see all 10 cities.
The ranking was compiled by bestcounselingdegrees.net, a website for those looking to research degree programs that lead to counseling careers. It’s based on a compilation of data, including each city’s accident rates, commuter time, and reported road rage incidents.
Some observations on a few other interesting tidbits:
What have you noticed about road rage?
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