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Road rage is an umbrella term that refers to a motorist's explosive outbursts of anger and aggression in response to interactions with other drivers and road users. Though the concept has no set legal definition, most frameworks emphasize that the driver's level of hostility must exceed what is considered a normal, reasonable reaction to the triggering situation to be deemed road rage.(Opposing Viewpoints)
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