Driving can be a great joy at times, giving you a sense of independence and freedom you just wouldn’t get unless you were behind a wheel. Of course however, it can also be a source of great frustration, causing even the most mild-mannered of motorists to turn red with road rage at times.
Researchers have carried out a study of the most extreme time for the volume of road rages to go up, and found that this seems to be on Fridays in August, at 6pm. Whilst this does sound bizarrely specific, it makes sense – With hot weather at it’s peak in August, combined with most drivers stuck in rush hour traffic on the way home for the weekend, it stands to reason that this might bug more people than any other time in the year.
Safe driving from Britannia!