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'Half of drivers' face road rage

Nearly half of drivers have experienced road rage, with some being threatened with physical violence, according to a survey by an insurance company.

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Road rage: 'Reverting to violence is ridiculous'

Admiral spokesman James Carnduff said:

It's bad enough letting yourself be annoyed by other road users but following them, or even worse reverting to violence, is ridiculous.

You have to ask yourself is it worth getting that upset at other road users?

Will getting angry achieve anything other than raising your blood pressure and negatively impacting your driving?

– James Carnduff

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