from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Violent behavior exhibited by drivers in traffic, often as a manifestation of stress: "Motorists in the United States fear road rage, and the world's largest auto club wants anger-management education as part of the penalty for such behavior” ( Brad Liston).
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- n. Uncontrollable aggressive behaviour by the driver of a road vehicle, especially when caused by stress or frustration.
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- n. violence exhibited by drivers in traffic
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Among Dr. Waguih William IsHak's advice: avoid road rage at all costs, apologize profusely to anyone you accidentally cut off in traffic, be sure to leave for your destination with a full tank of gas and a cell phone.