AA for attitude

13th April 2007 at 01:00
If someone is aggressively tailgating a car, drivers should

a) drive faster to get rid of them, b) swear at them, c) maintain a speed that they're comfortable with and keep left.

If you answered "b", you are probably in need of the AA's new road safety teaching pack, which includes fact sheets, a quiz and a "Dear Lily" problem page dedicated to solving all your road-based dilemmas. From the "cool"

boyfriend who turns up at the cinema with beer on his breath to violent cycle rage, all manner of traffic-themed difficulties are tackled in a bid to reduce road deaths.

For a copy of the resources go to l www.theaa.comaattitudeindex.jsp and click on Teachers' Zone

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