Road rage growing for Twin Cities commuters
Road rage is apparently a growing problem for western Wisconsinites who work in Minnesota's Twin Cities.
Minneapolis and St. Paul was rated the most courteous city for drivers a year ago. But this year's survey by the travel group Auto Vantage only has the Twin Cities ranked 12th on a list of 25.
Milwaukee is not part of the survey in which residents are quizzed about road rage and then the cities are ranked according to their numbers of incidents.
Miami was rated the worst for the second straight year. They see drivers get impatient all the time when others slam on their brakes, run red lights, and chat on their cell phones.
Eric Pinto of South Miami used to live in Los Angeles and he said "We don't see the crazy drivers you see here."
Portland, Ore., has the most courteous title this year.