Iraq Veterans cope with driving anxiety
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For thousands of Iraq and Afghanistan combat veterans, driving has become an ordeal. Once their problems were viewed mainly as a form of road rage or thrill seeking. But increasingly, erratic driving by returning troops is being identified as a symptom of traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress disorder, or P.T.S.D. -- and coming under greater scrutiny amid concerns about higher accident rates among veterans.