One of the main reasons of road rage is anger and frustration.
“Life is 10% what we experience and 90% how we respond to it”
Several situations can cause road rage. Some of them are:
Noise pollution/ LOUD music
Experiences leading to stress or anxiety.
Delays or detours especially when there’s a time crunch
Multitasking/Presence of several distractions.
Slow driving by other motorists
When other motorists don’t follow rules
Verbal abuses/ gestures by others
Tailgating which is intentionally following the driver in front of you very closely
Flashing of headlights other motorists
Changing lanes at odd timings- when it is dangerous/ unsafe.
Understanding the above causes can help us develop ways to overcome them and drive safely.