Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What it Says about Us), by Tom Vanderbilt

Everything you always wanted to know about driving behavior and traffic, but were afraid to ask.  You might even improve your driving!  On the other hand, since Vanderbilt reports that most of us believe we’re above average drivers, but everybody else’s driving is atrocious, maybe not.

Entertaining and informative, I recommend listening to the audio version of this book (read by Marc Cashman) while in the car.  The stories about bad driving and near-misses are even more entertaining when you’re in the thick of things.

RATING: **** Very, very good
Reviewed by: stc

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