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It presents useful ideas and exercises on how to avoid becoming a victim of aggressive driving or road rage including: -- Visualizations and affirmations to create a positive and pleasant emotional environment while you are driving.-- A 10-question quiz to find out if you yourself may be an aggressive driver.-- A practical checklist to prepare yourself for any drive.-- K-- E-- E-- P-- I-- T-- S-- A-- F-- E -- a handy acronym to help you stay in control of your vehicle and your actions.
Whether you are an aggressive driver or someone concerned about becoming a victim of road rage, this program can help you arrive safely and be at peace with the world around you.
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