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Drivers who keep their eyes on their phones — texting, e-mailing, accessing an app — are the most hated on the road. They earned the scorn of more than 26 percent of those who responded to the Expedia 2015 Road Rage Report, which asked Americans about the driving behavior that bugs them most.
It's the second year running that texting drivers beat out tailgaters, slow drivers in the left lane, multitaskers (think eating or applying mascara) or drivers who weave in and out of traffic.
Americans loathe sharing the road with "bad drivers" more than bicyclists, buses, taxis, joggers and pedestrians combined. And, yes, an overwhelming majority (97 percent) feel they are "careful" drivers but say only 29 percent of other motorists merit that distinction.