Road rage is what happens if you become violently angry, stressed, and frustrated when driving a motor vehicle in severe conditions. Road rage comes from different places, but the thing that spurs it on is overcrowding. Some road ragers have deeper problems with anger and aggression, narcissism and bullying. Though there is no particular road rage citation, you might get a ticket for following too closely or reckless or careless driving.
- If you don’t have a clue as to what road rage is, chances are you either don’t have it, or you are an expert in the ways of denial.
- Road rage is what happens if you become violently angry, stressed, and frustrated when driving a motor vehicle in difficult conditions.
- You take it as a personal blow to your character if someone passes you or overtakes you, even in the passing lane.
“Angry faces and expressive gestures are commonly made at other drivers who annoy you, whether they are looking at you or not.”