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New Humorous how-to guide on dealing with dysfunctional driving behaviors

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“I feel a little humor goes a long way in transmitting a message to the public,” says Grossbard.

How do you deal with bad drivers on the road?

Instead of succumbing to road rage, learn how to make light of it with Dr. Howard Grossbard’s new book, Driving in Florida: The Politically Incorrect Guide to Surviving the Roadways of the Sunshine State

Residing in Florida for over 30 years, Dr. Howard Grossbard consistently witnesses dysfunctional driving experiences. Being frustrated with the bad driving, Grossbard catalogued his experiences in a humorous and educational book.

“This lighthearted approach to driving will hopefully be a positive influence on people to be safer on the roads,” says Grossbard.

Highlighting common problems on the road, Grossbard’s main motivation for this book is bringing attention to these issues to eliminate risks on the road, especially for residences and tourists in Florida.

“I feel a little humor goes a long way in transmitting a message to the public,” says Grossbard.

Driving in Florida: The Politically Incorrect Guide to Surviving the Roadways of the Sunshine State
Dr. Howard Grossbard
ISBN 9781452097411
Paperback 8.5 x 8.5, Retail Price: $11.90
Available at http://www.barnesandnoble.com and http://www.amazon.com

About the author:
Dr. Howard Grossbard currently resides in Sarasota, Florida and is a self-employed physician. Grossbard attended Hobart College for his Bachelor of Arts and University of Michigan Medical School for his Medical Degree.

He has lived in Florida for over 32 years and thrives on helping people achieve better lives. This is his first book.

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