A tragic car accident occurred this past Saturday evening in Hanover Township, Ohio, devastating the Cincinnati community. The black 2009 Chevrolet, inhabited by three UC freshman football players and one Miami student, was traveling westbound on Stahlheber Road at its intersection with Morman Road when the car unexpectedly went off the road. No other vehicles were involved.
In a recent study, women and younger drivers were found to be more prone to road rage than men. The study conducted by Careerbuilders.com revealed that out of the 4,000 people polled, 58 percent admit to experiencing road rage during their commute. Out of that 58 percent, 61 percent were women and 56 percent of men. The study also found that younger drivers were more prone to road rage than older drivers.
In our society, multitasking is often many people's preferred approach to work, to leisure time and to family life. Multitasking can be necessary at times and is often an approach that reaps benefits even beyond saving time. However, one place where multitasking proves dangerous rather than advantageous is behind the wheel.