If the summer heat and what seems like endless roadwork in our area lately has you more irritated behind the wheel, you're not alone! More and more people are feeling stressed on the open road according to a new report out from AAA. The study's main focus sheds light on the fact that road rage is up around the country and so are deadly crashes because of it. To help explain the findings of the new study, Newswatch 16's Ryan Leckey teamed up AAA North Penn in Scranton. Head here for a chart showing some of the key the issues on the road.
Also today on Newswatch 16 This Morning, Corporal David Mitchell with the Scranton Police Department explained what to do if you encounter a road rage situation. He also tackled the repercussions drivers could face if they're responsible for causing the situation.