ROBIN DE PEYER Friday 8 April 2016
More than half of motorists act more aggressively behind the wheel than they do elsewhere, research has found.
A survey of 2,005 adults found that 31 per cent admit to swearing at strangers while in their car, but only 12 per cent do so face to face.
More than a quarter shout at others while driving, compared with just 12 doing that in person.
The study also found that a third of drivers have beeped their horn aggressively and 11 per cent have deliberately tailgated another vehicle.
(In other news it has been discovered that bears express a preference for areas of foliage after consuming food – SE) (!)