Not knowing road etiquettes, breaking the rules and bad driving can cause anger in the calmest of people. However, that anger can sometimes turn into road rage and aggressive driving, which can be dangerous for you and other drivers on the road. So, take a deep breath, calm yourself and follow these tips to avoid road rage in the future:
1. Recognize Your Anger
Actually recognizing that you have road rage is a big part of being able to control it. If you are in denial of the fact that you often lose your cool while driving, it would be very difficult to rectify it. The way to realize it starts by hearing others and then hearing yourself; if your friends tell you about it often, you probably have road rage. Once you recognize it, you will also be able to tell when it is coming up, making it easier to control.