U.S. Cities with the Worst Road Rage

by Amy Fletcher
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In a survey conducted by AutoVantage, a Connecticut-based auto club, commuters in 25 U.S. cities were given an opportunity to vent about the rude behavior of their fellow drivers. Participants were asked to report incidents of road rage including tailgating, the use of profanity, and other angry behavior. The results: Miami drivers were rated the rudest for the second year in a row, while those in Portland, Ore. earned the distinction of the most polite.

  1. Miami
  2. New York
  3. Boston
  4. Los Angeles
  5. Washington, D.C.
  6. Phoenix
  7. Chicago
  8. Sacramento, Calif.
  9. Philadelphia
  10. San Francisco
  11. Houston
  12. Atlanta
  13. Detroit
  14. Minneapolis-St. Paul
  15. Baltimore
  16. Tampa, Fla.
  17. San Diego
  18. Cincinnati
  19. Cleveland
  20. Denver
  21. Dallas-Ft. Worth
  22. St. Louis
  23. Seattle-Tacoma
  24. Pittsburgh
  25. Portland, Ore.

Source: AutoVantage's "In the Driver's Seat Road Rage Survey"

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