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Is anything worse than someone tailgating you? According to a new survey conducted by Northstar Research on behalf of travel site Expedia, the answer is a resounding “Yes!” Texting tops the list of the 2014 Road Rage Report, a study that analyzes US attitudes toward driving habits and ranks the most infuriating behaviors. Read the full analysis on Expedia’s website: viewfinder.expedia.com/features/2014-expedia-road-rage-report. The least annoying driving behavior, according to survey respondents? That would be the “Red Light Racer.” Here are the most annoying:

1.

THE TEXTER

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Drivers who text, e-mail, or talk on the phone.

2.

THE TAILGATER

Drivers who

follow others too closely.

3.

THE MULTITASKER

Those who apply makeup, read, eat, or other non-driving-related tasks.

4.

THE DRIFTER

Drivers who straddle lanes or drift between them.

5.

THE CRAWLER

Those who drive well below the speed limit.

Necee Regis can be reached at neceeregis@gmail.com.
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