Road rage worse for women, study finds


(FOX 25 / – When it comes to road rage, a new study says women are more likely to fly off the handle behind the wheel.
Harris Interactive surveyed 3,800 people in May and June. They found that 61 percent of women experienced road rage compared to 56 percent of men.
A majority of the men and women with road rage were between the ages of 25 and 34.
The survey also said that 30 percent of adult drivers have sent and read a text while driving to or from work.