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Why is it difficult for drivers to control their tempers/emotions on busy roads?

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    I’ve seen a driver using a microphone and speakers attached to his vehicle, to yell at the driver in front of his own vehicle. He wanted his own voice to dominate others’.


    It happened that they were waiting for traffic lights to show a green light. Once the green light showed, the drive took his microphone and shouted at the driver in front of him:

    “Go, go, go! Common go!”

    This reminds me how impatient drivers can be.

    When a driver makes a mistake and you correct them, they curse and abuse you. Whether a driver is right or wrong, they don’t want to be corrected.

    Even if a traffic offence is really committed, they don’t want to be penalized.

    The economy is bad. Other drivers are factual assholes, driving selfishly, impatiently and offensively on roads. Money is hard to make. The roads are bad. People are selfish. The driver has many enemies, like Lastma, FRSC, VIO, police, Union and so on. Then why would it be easy to control one’s temper?

    Most drivers don’t have placatory and conciliatory words – save curses and put-downs. It’s an environmental factor.

    Why else is it difficult for drivers to control their tempers/emotions on busy roads?

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