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Road Rage in PA

<img src="/images/Multi_Media/pahomepage/nxd_media/img/jpg/2007_05/a97076f5-487d-d964-2533-c2dc4d6d7b71/raw.jpg" alt=" " align="left" />Authorities are cracking down on road rage, but incidents are becoming more common.
WILKES-BARRE-- Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is working with state and local law enforcement agencies to crack down on road rage and aggressive drivers.

It's a tough task to tackle, a recent Response Insurance study revealed 50% of those subjected to aggressive driving reacted in kind. This a situation that can often escalate into road rage.

Law enforcement officials say people need to take a moment to calm down and remember how often aggressive driving situations escalate and sometimes result in death. Many are encouraging drivers to call 911 and report the aggressive driver.

Is that enough? What more can be done? What are some of the driving activities that annoy you most on the road?

WYOU Interactive discusses the issue with PA State Trooper Tom Kelly and George Geisler of the PA D-U-I Association.

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