I'm also glad police caught the b******, RH77. He needs his driver's license taken away for a long time. On another forum, a carload of collage-age punks were giving this driver a hard time. They pulled a gun on the driver. The driver had an unloaded pistol and pointed it at them. The car of punks drove off the highway into a ditch. I'm just picturing that these punks were bluffing and commically acted like the dog that meets more than his match when a gun was pulled on them. Of course both cars were bluffing and it's dangerous. In my mind, this is the primary driving problem today - too many people act as if the road is a battlefield. It could be joyriding or just an inconsiderate cell phone driver, but such things incite road rage. Then you have outright aggressive/reckless driving. It's a safety issue, but it's also a fuel economy issue. A lot of people won't drive fuel efficient vehicles because they feel it does not "protect" them enough. Anyone remember that car that tapped that Ford Explorer and flipped it 10x on a video? Size often does not protect against such reckless driving and it certainly does not help if a nutcase has a gun.