Speeding in excess of 15 miles per hour over the posted limit, weaving in and out of heavy traffic, flashing high beams to make slower traffic "move over," passing lines of stopped vehicles and choosing to do so in emergency lanes. Does all of this sound familiar?
There is no reason for anyone to wonder why there is so much road rage on our highways.
Let's get on a letter writing kick to the sheriff and his staff to work harder at snuffing out these guilty drivers.
I consider myself a "road rage specialist!" I encounter these types of offenses on a daily basis. The guilty endanger their lives and the lives of others. Why can't the patrol cars see this and why is there not more effort to stop it?
Lorrin LaPorte, Augusta