You take great pride in your Mercedes-Benz. So much so that when you see another Mercedes-Benz on the road, you are filled with rage and jealousy. This is not the way to handle those feelings. Please!
This compilation is 13 minutes long and I watched the whole damn thing while roaring with laughter.
History indicates that this video showing a man repeatedly plowing his automobile into the cars in front of him in assumed outrage but perhaps some other motive may not be unusual behavior in present day Los Angeles.
Perhaps in a very focused effort to prove that not all Canadians are polite, 65-year-old David Fox brutally beat a 74-year-old cyclist with a wooden implement that appears to be a fish club, a small, heavy bat used to kill fish.
Let’s just be clear here that everyone involved in this incident is awful, with the exception of that dog. It’s not clear what predicated this messy, embarrassing, idiotic and ultimately cruel display of road rage in Montclair, NJ, but it ended with a dog being flung out of a car and possibly injured.
Somehow I’m not surprised that New York ranked dead last on a new survey of America’s “most courteous drivers.”
This motorcyclist was caught knocking off mirrors, supposedly speeding at over 100 mph, and has pending charges of driving recklessly on a California highway. Unfortunately for him, his hooligan antics were caught by a CHP helicopter leading police units on the ground straight to his home.
A motorcyclist kicked the side of what looks like a Nissan Sentra on a major highway in southern California, starting a chain reaction that ended with a truck on its roof and the Sentra in a mangled, leaky mess.
While sitting in traffic, you can feel your temper inexplicably rising. You hate the car in front of you. You hate the cars next to you. You hate what’s causing the delay. And you hate the motherfucking shoulder passers.
Remember that asshole who ran two motorcyclists off a Texas two-lane in 2015, then had nothing to say besides “I don’t care”? Local news says he’s now been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
Video footage of a high-speed road-raging altercation on the highway shows one car brake-check another way above the speed limit, sending a woman’s car flipping down the highway four times.
Roads are dangerous places to be. Even without all the careless or reckless drivers, straight-up accidents still happen. But what happens if something isn’t an accident? I’m talking road rage incidents.
After an inattentive driver cuts off this motorcyclist while simultaneously dropping his wallet, the biker takes the high road, picking up the wallet and trying to give it back. Don’t worry, the situation turns vindictive in the end.
Civilization works remarkably well for keeping our huge, dense populations humming along smoothly. Of course, sometimes the veneer of civility can wear thin, and that’s when you end up with insanely stupid shit like this: a fight over a parking space that turns into vehicular carnage.
Van flips motorcyclist off. Motorcyclist flips van off. Van throws bottle at motorcyclist. Motorcyclist throws rock at van, films it all, and somehow lets it get uploaded to YouTube where it quickly climbs close to a million views.
Most road-rage dash cam videos we see tend to be boring affairs, with someone bonking someone else on the head and everything is silent. But when delivered by someone screaming their head off the exact way you would, it becomes greatness.
What seems to start out as a fairly controlled dispute between a guy on a sportbike and dude in a sedan devolves into combat when the biker smashes the car’s window with his helmet, and the driver goes after him with a hammer.
In Leicester, England, a very angry man hopped onto the hood of a Mercedes and started head-butting and generally beating the crap out of the windshield, The Telegraph reports. Naturally, onlookers got video of the man letting out all of his anger on the big slab of laminated safety glass.
Riding a motorcycle can be dangerous since you are inherently more exposed than the occupants in the giant metal cars on the road around you. That’s why whenever anyone on a motorcycle gets involved in a road-raging feud with a car, it never, ever ends well for them.