Some people are preternaturally calm. They can be in gridlock for an hour, with drivers cutting in front of them, and they remain in the zone. Alas, others’ blood pressure soars at the first brake light.
It may be impossible to convert a physiologically triggered Type A who secretes lots of adrenaline in response to stressors into a Type B. But it may be possible to take some of the edge off driving’s stress. Might any of these strategies help you?
Doing the above will not only de-stress your drive but make it seem shorter.
Marty Nemko's bio is in Wikipedia.