WINTER PARK, Colo. (KDVR) — Colorado State Patrol reports about 80,000 calls a year for aggressive driving. According to AAA Colorado, trends show a growing number of road rage incidents in the state.
Economics, politics and the pandemic have had their impacts on these trends, but there is a way to avoid the worst on the open road.
“The vast majority of those don’t result in violence,” said Skyler McKinley, of AAA Colorado. He said around 730 road rage incidents involved a gun last year in the U.S.
Aggressive drivers have been an issue on Colorado roads for years.
“In Colorado, every year since 2017 has been the deadliest year on our roadways since 2002,” McKinley said. That trend has become deadly…
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