Survey Finds Women Have More Road Rage Than Men
A survey has found that women may be more aggressive with their road rage than men.
According to a new poll commissioned by Insurance.com, 44 percent of women said they use foul language in front of their kids while driving, compared to 30 percent of men.
Thirty-one percent of women said they have flipped someone the bird while behind the wheel, compared to 27 percent on men.
Women are also more likely to tailgate slow drivers. Men however tend to be rude in other ways on the road.
Thirteen percent of men say they have stolen a parking spot from another car that was waiting, and eleven percent said they have turned on their brights at an oncoming car just to be mean.
(Metro Networks Inc.)