When a driver is experiencing strong emotions, such as severe depression, they may be more likely to drive erratically or cause an accident. Anger is one emotion which can be very dangerous on the road and many people struggle with road rage from time to time. Aside from road rage, a driver may be angry for any number of reasons and this can significantly increase the chances of something going wrong. If you ever feel angry behind the wheel, it is crucial to be aware of your feelings and focus on road safety. If necessary, you may need to get off the road.
Sadly, some drivers completely disregard this and cause an accident because they are so upset. Angry drivers may drive much faster than the speed limit and they may fail to abide by other traffic safety laws (such as stopping at a stop sign). Drivers may become angry for many different reasons, from finding out that they have lost their job, or their partner was having an affair to an incident that just occurred on the road. For example, someone may feel that they were disrespected while driving or they may become furious with another driver's behavior (such as driving too slowly).
Regardless, there is no excuse for placing lives in danger by driving erratically. Many drivers have caused accidents as a result of their recklessness and they should be held fully responsible for the consequences brought on by these collisions, which may include the loss of life and devastating injuries.