road rage road rage


  • (n) violence exhibited by drivers in traffic


  1. In fact, a vehicle's aggressive persona was a better predictor of road rage than the driver's personality.
  2. The escalating crisis between Colombia and its neighbors is more than just a case of Andean road rage.
  3. The capital's infamous traffic jams, for instance, rarely lead to the kind of road rage that strikes other cities.


  1. Reverse Road Rage Results in Arrest

    Tweet Road Rage: If someone cuts you off in traffic, it’s usually best to just shake your fist slightly, drop a few four-letter words to yourself and be on your way. A 41-year-old man reportedly cut off a woman while driving in northeast Columbia.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Free Times

  2. Road rage murder in Maryland: New Jersey police officer charged

    Road rage murder is the most extreme version of what is seen as a widespread safety concern for American drivers over the past decade, aggressive driving.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Christian Science Monitor

  3. Road rage murder? Joseph Walker, New Jersey police officer, charged in Md.

    Road rage murder? Maryland State Police responded Saturday evening to a shooting on the shoulder of the ramp from northbound Route 3 to Interstate 97 near Millersville.
    on June 10, 2013     Source: The Christian Science Monitor

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