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Should state or local units of government enact specific statutes or ordinances addressing road rage?

  • It is assault.

    Yes, state or local units of government should enact specific statutes or ordinances addressing road rage, because road rage can have serious consequences. Road rage is a serious problem. Those who are victimized by it can even be killed. It is assault with a dangerous weapon, at the very least.

  • Yes, there should be laws enacted.

    Road rage is a sign of how crazed and angry and anxious we are as a culture but just as with any other feelings, we can have them but must not be allowed to act on them. So laws do need to be in place to punish those who rage at others while driving.

  • State or local units of government should enact specific statutes or ordinances addressing road rage.

    State or local units of government should enact specific statutes or ordinances addressing road rage. Road rage is a growing trend in society today. There have been many recent incidents of road rage that have cause injury and in some cases death. Since road rage is escalating State of local governments should respond proportionately in enacting statutes and ordinances that address road rage.

  • No They Shouldn't

    I do not believe state or local units of government should enact specific statutes or ordinances addressing road rage. If these situations get bad and involved other motorists I would have to assume other charges, such as assault, could be brought up. We shouldn't need to pin-point the problem in law.


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