Producers Seeking Aggressive Drivers for New TV Show on Road Rage!

Producers Seeking Aggressive Drivers for New TV Show on Road Rage!

Perhaps building on AAA’s success a bit ago on the short-lived America’s Worst Drivers show on The Travel Channel, AAA been asked to help recruit drivers for a possible new TV show about aggressive driving and road rage.  The producers are interested in reaching drivers who have engaged in such behavior, including exceeding the speed limit, tailgating, and more.

As many of you offer the AAA Driver Improvement Program (DIP), which might be attended by some traffic offenders, we wanted to invite you to share the opportunity to participate in the TV show with your DIP course attendees, should you feel comfortable doing so.

Extending the invitation is easy: just share the information below.

Hopefully, if the TV show is approved for production, this will help further elevate the issues of aggressive driving and road rage, and help identify solutions and countermeasures to increase road safety for all drivers.

Thank you for all you do,

AAA Driver Training


Road Rage affects millions of drivers each year.  Have you experienced uncontrolled anger while driving?  Have you gotten aggressive or dangerous behind the wheel?  Does someone you love lose their temper while driving?  Have you ever been afraid to get in the car with someone you love because of their Road Rage?

A major television network is currently casting a series to hear your stories and find you help.

If you or someone you know has struggled with aggressive driving in the past or feel like what you are experiencing is Road Rage – we want to hear from you.   Casting call will run through mid-March.

Rachel – Producer, Aggressive Driving Project

412.425.1051 (cell)

Aggressive Driving: unsafe driving behavior, performed deliberately and with ill intention or disregard for safety.

Road Rage: extreme cases of aggressive driving.

Examples of Road Rage:

  • Cursing and rude or obscene gestures
  • Throwing objects
  • Ramming
  • Sideswiping
  • Forcing a driver off the road
  • Speeding in heavy traffic
  • Tailgating
  • Cutting in front of another driver and then slowing down
  • Weaving in and out of traffic
  • Blocking cars attempting to pass or change lanes

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