A third of drivers say they have been involved in a road rage incident – and a fifth of them say the encounters have led to violence.

There has been a rise of 59 per cent in road rage incidents in the past year alone and 70 per cent since 2012, according to research.

The study by comparison website Confused.com, which includes Freedom of Information data from 15 police forces, says 37 per cent of Britons admit to having been involved in an incident of road rage. And nearly 19 per cent say it led to ‘a physical confrontation’.

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I am a journalist and author. I am a journalist at the UK edition of WIRED magazine. In 2015, my first book Freedom of Information: A Practical Guide for UK Journalists, was published. My second book Reed Hastings: Building Netflix, was published in March 2020. I created FOI Directory in 2012 and have maintained it in my spare time ever since.