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Gamers More Likely To Have Road Rage

Are Gamers Worse Behind The Wheel?
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Do you like video games? How’s your road rage? Well, according to a new study, those who play video games are 45 percent more likely to get road rage on a regular basis.

The study was conducted by Continental Tire. It found 45 percent of gamers got road rage regularly compared to 22 percent of non-gamers.

Gamers are also pretty self-aware. 26 percent of those who were questioned in the survey say they believe their driving scares other people. That number is compared to 11 percent of non-gamers.

How do you feel about this? Do you believe those video game lovers are the worst behind the wheel?

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