Every motorist has either been guilty of aggressive driving or been the victim of it. Most of us have been on both sides of this dangerous, but ever more common, situation. Increasingly distracted drivers on increasingly congested roads are a recipe for increasingly deadly incidents of road rage. According to a recent Washington Post article, “In 2004, police officers indicated road rage or aggression on the part of the driver as a contributing factor in 26 fatal crashes on the nation’s highways. In 2013, 247 fatal accidents met this criteria.” That’s nearly ten times more!