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Cities With Most, Least Road Rage

Cities With Most, Least Road Rage

Residents in the following 25 cities were surveyed and are listed in order from those reporting the most incidents of road rage to the fewest:

1. Miami
2. New York
3. Boston
4. Los Angeles
5. Washington, D.C.
6. Phoenix
7. Chicago
8. Sacramento, Calif.
9. Philadelphia
10. San Francisco
11. Houston
12. Atlanta
13. Detroit
14. Minneapolis-St. Paul
15. Baltimore
16. Tampa, Fla.
17. San Diego
18. Cincinnati
19. Cleveland
20. Denver
21. Dallas-Ft. Worth
22. St. Louis
23. Seattle-Tacoma
24. Pittsburgh
25. Portland, Ore.

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Cities With Most, Least Road Rage

Residents in the following 25 cities were surveyed and are listed in order from those reporting the most incidents of road rage to the fewest:

1. Miami
2. New York
3. Boston
4. Los Angeles
5. Washington, D.C.
6. Phoenix
7. Chicago
8. Sacramento, Calif.
9. Philadelphia
10. San Francisco
11. Houston
12. Atlanta
13. Detroit
14. Minneapolis-St. Paul
15. Baltimore
16. Tampa, Fla.
17. San Diego
18. Cincinnati
19. Cleveland
20. Denver
21. Dallas-Ft. Worth
22. St. Louis
23. Seattle-Tacoma
24. Pittsburgh
25. Portland, Ore.
I always get angrier when I drive from Baltimore to DC whenever I drive my wife to work. I usually get a lot calmer but more vigilant about halfway (Laurel, MD) on the drive back.

Whenever I drive to Philly, I only get somewhat miffed. If I ever drive to Pittsburgh, I'll be positively euphoric but I may not want to come home.

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I always get angrier when I drive from Baltimore to DC whenever I drive my wife to work. I usually get a lot calmer but more vigilant about halfway (Laurel, MD) on the drive back.

Whenever I drive to Philly, I only get somewhat miffed. If I ever drive to Pittsburgh, I'll be positively euphoric but I may not want to come home.
In Laurel, check for turbans. We have it on good authority from a poster here that it is a hotbed of Al Queda terrorists. My opinion is that what you are calling "road rage" is actually the work of these heathens in their attempt to tempt God-Fearing Christians into violating the commandment to love thy brother. And be careful, they may have infiltrated the police as well. Remember this: if you are stopped, casually say "The Prophet be praised!". If he reflexively answers "Peace be upon him!" shoot him!
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My license plate frame says it all: Keep Honking, I Am Reloading.
Liar. Texans never reload, they just reach for another gun.
(Don't know about New Mexicans).

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In Laurel, check for turbans. We have it on good authority from a poster here that it is a hotbed of Al Queda terrorists. My opinion is that what you are calling "road rage" is actually the work of these heathens in their attempt to tempt God-Fearing Christians into violating the commandment to love thy brother. And be careful, they may have infiltrated the police as well. Remember this: if you are stopped, casually say "The Prophet be praised!". If he reflexively answers "Peace be upon him!" shoot him!
No worries. This is the next exit after Laurel.

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I always get angrier when I drive from Baltimore to DC whenever I drive my wife to work. I usually get a lot calmer but more vigilant about halfway (Laurel, MD) on the drive back.

Whenever I drive to Philly, I only get somewhat miffed. If I ever drive to Pittsburgh, I'll be positively euphoric but I may not want to come home.
So, the further from home you go, the happier you are......

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Liar. Texans never reload, they just reach for another gun.
(Don't know about New Mexicans).
Those queers ain't Texans. The lack of a front license plate is one thing, but a Dodge pickup? Get out of town before we hang you.
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So, the further from home you go, the happier you are......
Nooo.. The closer to home, the better I feel. Unless Pittsburgh is involved but I'm not sure of that yet since it's been a long time since I've been there. Also, I have to pass the DC metro area (sorta) to get to Pitt.

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Those queers ain't Texans. The lack of a front license plate is one thing, but a Dodge pickup? Get out of town before we hang you.
These fellers are just west of the Sabine but don't call'em 'Coonasses'. They're more tolerant of motor vehicle violations in East Texas...no front plates, chains dragging from the rear bumper...that sort of thing.

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