But maybe road rage always boiled down to the wise words of CHP veteran Ken Daily, who in 1987, said, “It’s nothing new, just now they have weapons.”
Road rage was invented 30 years ago this summer in LA, when gunplay came to the freeways
Stephanie Buck

Thanks for writing this. The first, and perhaps the only, advice I got when I moved to southern California in 2008 was, “don’t look at drivers on the highway, people have guns,” a new friend warned. I wondered what kind of world that was, and the thought itself filled me with fear.

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