These include personal attack alarms (14%), crowbars (12%), repellent sprays (5%) or even a knife or replica gun. Women drivers tend to use more defensive means of security with 43% owning personal alarms and 59% carrying mobile phones for safety reasons. The study of 500 drivers from around the country indicates, Arriva says, that reports of road rage and increases in aggressive behaviour are creating a climate of fear.
Road rage fears make male drivers turn to crowbars and knives
27/04/1999 in NEWS