Surviving Today's Roads is a no-nonsense treatise on a timely subject. It aims to teach drivers how to improve individual driving habits and show them how to avoid confrontations with other drivers. The book offers a fresh approach to driving, using the positive meaning of aggressive behavior -- assertiveness. Millions take to the roads every day. The annual highway death rate is about 42,000 (1996 statistic.) If you are seeking practical help in surviving the current chaos on today's roads, these tried, true and tested practices will help you elevate the quality of your driving by generating a major change in attitude and techniques. In short, the book will enable you to steer clear of 'road rage' situations and other types of threatening scenarios.