No matter how mild your manners are, driving has a tendency of bringing out the worst in us. Nearly 80% of Canadians admit to driving behaviour that could be deemed as road rage according to a Kanetix study. The poll suggests:

Typical road rage behavior includes making rude gestures, driving in an unsafe manner and making threats. These actions lead to roadside altercations, assaults, and even death.

According to The Vancouver Sun, a California woman was recently charged with murder in what police said was a road rage killing of a motorcyclist on a freeway. She allegedly rammed her car into the back of the victim’s motorcycle and then drove over him.