Road Bullies

Never, ever engage with an aggressive driver (or a road bully). From the moment that it becomes all too clear that another person is totally giving in to their road rage, this is precisely the same moment that you should disengage completely from that person. Do whatever you need to do to get away from that person, if that means slowing down or turning onto a side street or pulling off to the side of the road. It is never, ever wise or worth it to engage with someone in any way whatsoever who is out of their mind, and a person in the midst of a fit of road rage is not in his or her rational mind.
Don't respond to aggressive driving with "an eye for an eye" mentality. More specifically, don't use an aggressive driver as an excuse to become an aggressive driver in your own right. If you are in a bad mood and you feel tempted to engage with a person suffering from road rage, do everything in your power to fight this temptation, because once again, it is just not worth it. Meditate, count to ten or a hundred or a thousand, do deep breathing, turn on some soft music. Do whatever it takes to calm yourself down so that you don't respond to aggressive driving with aggressive driving.

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