Road rage is like a fight between 2 opponents using their cars as weapons and shields. You can imagine why road rage on a bike can be more costly than in a car. You are more likely to get injured or killed in a bike accident by yourself to begin with. The risk increases when it involves another vehicle because your potential opponent is driving a more massive vehicle.

  1. I wear the right attitude
  2. Accept that I am invisible
  3. Assume that I will encounter a bad driver
  4. Manage my spacing
  5. I try to be courteous

I manage road rage by preparing my mind, avoiding stressful situations, and maintaining a positive attitude. As for how to getting out of a road rage situation, I wouldn’t know because I haven’t been involved in a road rage situation.