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A Smart Way To Handle A Potential Road Rage Incident

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  • A Smart Way To Handle A Potential Road Rage Incident

    Keep your cool, do not engage and give tempers time to cool.


  • #2
    I had a similar situation while on my motorcycle, someone decided they didn't want me riding on their road. My helmet is equipped with blu tooth speakers and a voice mic. I called 911 and told the dispatcher where I was and where I was heading and could a patrol car head us off? A few blocks later, two cruisers pulled both of us over
    Why do I carry? Somebody else will pick the day I need my gun, not me.


    • #3
      Road rage seems to be a big part of people getting stupider and stupider, these days.
      You don't want these people following you home. Call 911, then drive right up to the
      nearest police station.


      • #4
        i always let then think that they won that work 99% of the time. some time it hard when they start talking about you ma ma


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