by John Sullivan on Oct 18, 2011
Just today I was sitting in a coffee shop when a jacked-up and tricked out black Toyota pickup pulls up with the engine roaring and the music thumping. Out jump three young men to buy energy drinks and smokes. They pile back in and roar away up a 25 mph side street at 40. Think they might be aggressive drivers – duh?
So, we knew it - but now it’s official. A new study by a Temple University Fox School of Business professor finds those who view their car as an extension of themselves have stronger aggressive driving tendencies. The study came to other conclusions you might find not so obvious. For details read more.
Source: Temple University Fox School as reported by ProgramBusiness.com