Constable Mark Herman's Tips for Avoiding Road Rage Conflict
CONSTABLE MARK HERMAN'S SAFETY TIPS TO AVOID ROAD RAGE CONFLICT
Constable Mark Herman and his team want to make sure you do not become a victim of Road Rage. Road Rage incidents have already increased this month, and we would like to give the following recommendations if you are exposed to a road rage incident:
• Move over if someone is tailgating you • Use an “I’m sorry” gesture (e.g. wave) to attempt to defuse the situation • Plan ahead; allow time for delays during your journey • Consider whether you’ve done something to annoy the other driver and adjust your driving accordingly • Listen to music you enjoy • Use your horn sparingly • Avoid eye contact with angry drivers and give them plenty of room
Drive safe Precinct 4, and call us if you need us!
People seem to have forgotten how to drive during this pandemic....and they were all out running errands today. So many people with with cranial rectal inversiò syndrome making careless mistakes, or just flat out selfish driving.
I like people who are in the inside turn lane who go straight and than honk like you are doing wrong because you are in the outaidr turning lane turning.
When there are two turn lanes again and you are on the outside turn or go straight lane and someone who is over to one lane not in a turn lane decides to turn and honk at you because you are going straight and not turning.
I have literally stopped rolled down my window and pointed to the road showing them they no longer have a lane and asked wtf are they doing.
Two real bad spots, taking a turn from Atascocita Rd to 1960 (by Best Buy) follow your lane and no right on red! Second no left turn on 1960 into the Kroger parking lot at Farmington! Read the dang signs!