AA research finds people who hate driving are prone to road rage
People who are guilty of road rage are probably just scared of driving.
Aggressive motorists who attack others by flashing their lights or being abusive are probably hiding a lack of confidence, according to new research.
Researchers who studied AA members over five years, found those who are prone to road rage often don't like driving.
The research also found that the most frequent drivers are split between those who hate doing it, and those who love it.