There are many little things that bother me in life, my sister taking my brand new clothes to school with her, my parents down my throat about every little decision I make, people not saying please and thank you when I seat them at their tables during work, when supposed "gentleman see you walking and don't bother to hold the door open for you, or how my brother is the slowest channel changer in the world. Believe me when I say, the list is endless. However, now that I have become one of the many drivers on New Jersey's roads, heading my list of bothersome actions is road rage and bad driving habits. It is something that I experience every day.
My definition of road rage is when someone gets angry enough when driving to use their car to deliberately try to make a fellow driver mad or to put another driver in danger. Picture this. You're driving down route 22, the speed limit is fifty-five, and you're doing sixty miles per hour, a safe enough range so that you don't get pulled over. So