Traffic is better, but drivers are worse—much worse.
I thought it was just me. After quarantining for months, I took my first drive on the expressway. Chicago traffic is always fast, and always busy. But it felt like people were whizzing by more often, switching lanes recklessly to dart between traffic. Was I just thin-skinned, out of practice from driving, and imagining it all? Or was there something else going on? Were people actually driving more dangerously than normal?
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