Cities Rated for Road Rage
We’ve all seen them—angry, aggressive drivers who cut into lanes, tailgate, speed, honk, overreact and lose their tempers. Then there are the careless ones who drive while eating, texting or talking on the phone. Here are the best and worst U.S. cities for road rage, according to one survey.
Least courteous cities (most road rage)
1) New York
2) Dallas–Fort Worth
5) Minneapolis–St. Paul
Most courteous cities (least road rage)
1) Portland, Ore.
5) Pittsburgh Source:
In the Driver’s Seat 2009 AutoVantage Road Rage Survey, commissioned by Affinion Group, a marketing and consulting company.