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More than half of drivers in Wales suffer road rage, poll finds

Road rage has affected more than half of drivers in Wales, a survey has found.

The poll for the BBC Wales' Week In, Week Out found 51% of motorists had been abused by other road users.

The UK government has introduced a £100 fixed penalty to try to tackle offences like tailgating and lane hogging - driving which can lead to road rage.

Solicitor Kieron Malloy, chairman of the Cardiff Group of Advanced Motorists, told Mai Davies "never let them follow you home" and always drive to police station.

Over half motorists suffer road rage

  • 29 Oct 2013
  • From the section Wales
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