Video: Road Rage Caught on Camera
Shocking footage from an ITV documentary shows the moments when angry road users take their frustrations out on each other.
In ‘Road Rage Britain: Caught on Camera’, outrageous video clips demonstrate how travel chaos can affect some commuters more than others.
The growing number of people now filming road rage attacks give a dramatic insight to the daily battles on the roads.
According to the results of a new poll, men are more likely than their female counterparts to suffer from road rage – and more likely to be victims of it too.
The research for the poll, carried out for the new ITV documentary, found that while almost half of Britain experienced some form of road rage, only 19 per cent actually admit to carrying out the act.
Lack of respect for others, poor driving and being in a rush were revealed as being the main causes for anger on the roads, according to the survey.
'Road Rage Britain: Caught On Camera' also persuades cyclists to swap places with taxi and van drivers to try and understand how they can get on better.