Car accidents and other road accidents are an annual hazard in the United States, with up to 4,000 people killed each year, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

According to the Federal Highway Administration, about 1 in 5 vehicles in the U.S. are equipped with collision-avoidance technology.

This technology allows cars to run more slowly if they hit a car that’s too close, but that’s not a panacea for road rage.

Some states have passed laws that make it illegal for drivers to use the car’s automatic emergency braking system (AEDS) when they feel threatened.

But the idea that people would be able to drive around in a car without a seatbelt seems unrealistic to most Americans.

But there are plenty of ways you can avoid becoming a victim of road rage in your car.

If you have a fear of driving or can’t stand to be in a traffic jam, there are a number of ways to get rid of that anxiety.

There are also things you can do to make your car safer.

Some of the most popular and effective ways to protect your car from road rage are: Don’t ride with the front passenger in the back seat.

When your car is not in motion, it’s easy for road-rage-prone drivers to get distracted.

But in the event that a driver in the front seat is distracted by the driver behind, they are in danger of crashing into a pedestrian or bicyclist.

Instead, try to keep your front passenger at a distance so they can’t distract the driver in front.

When you’re driving in a crowd, look for a spot where the drivers can’t see you.

This is especially true in busy traffic, where drivers tend to be more focused on other things.

If there are other drivers in the group, make sure they can see you before they start honking.

You want to keep the car moving as quickly as possible so that you don’t have to wait for a signal to stop.

If the other driver is distracted, they may be willing to pass you when you need to stop for traffic.