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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 12 February 2014 18:11 / United States
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  traviscool  |  12

The important thing is that you flipped him back right?

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  etoilenuit  |  15

What would getting his plates do? I can't imagine turning in every person who cuts me off or flips me off. And I can't imagine the police caring either.

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  junkman6  |  22

The cops wouldn't even bother around here. Someone caught a huge fit of road rage on one of those little go cameras, got the guys face his plates everything. It made the news and still the cops refused to do shit about it. The road rager also managed to clip the guys car who was filming and forced the guy to go up into the curb to avoid a bigger collision. It wasn't just yelling and screaming.

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  ajh557  |  22

Ya he was stupid but he didn't stop to see who was in the car he was probably making sure he didn't hurt or kill anybody so if he did he would stop so it's not a hit and run killing or murder

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  coried91  |  28

I don't understand how people can be like that when they see kids. I had a heart attack when I got into an accident, saw that there were two kids in their backseat and it was their fault. It's sad how people cab be.

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I have road rage bad and it gets worse with my kids in the car. I'm the type that would get out a slap a hoe for driving terrible, lol

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  buttcramp  |  21

I'm pissed this driver didn't at least check on you! awful.. OP, I hope you and your little one are okay! I'd at least tell the police the description of the guy and car and see what they can do from there cause it can't hurt.

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@ 18, when your a parent you'll understand. Just imagine someone is trying to hurt your dog, you stand there and watch or do something? Fight or flight response. As being a mother I keep myself fully aware of my surroundings and especially here in phx, these idiots can't drive for shit.

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  amberv61  |  22

#28 I was taught defensive driving in my driving class. Road rage only leads to trouble. Which is not good if you have kids in your car. I can understand wanting to keep your kids safe but you are only causing problems with the road rage

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@ 29, I've been to that class too. Not for fighting but for a speeding ticket. You all have your own opinions but when it comes down to it I do what I think is right. Its not like I fight all the time but someone steps out there car to threaten you, what you do? Drive off or handle it. Like I said fight or flight. If you knew how drivers were here you would understand but you don't.

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  amberv61  |  22

How much will your road rage benefit you when someone threatens you with more than just theirs fists? I'm not saying it's going to happen often just saying there is potential there. I was taught that road rage is terrible to have. It doesn't solve problems it causes it. I drive with my little sister around and use my defensive driving skills to help me.

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  XIceBlueX  |  21

There are drivers like that everywhere. It's not just around you. And of that's how you act with a child in your car, is hate to see how you act in front of them anywhere else. Fighting does nothing but makes you look like a hot-head. There are better ways to solve problems without fighting or "running away"

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  amayasoma  |  19

32 - You should never feed into someone's road rage. That's endangering yourself and your children. It's not running away, it's making a smart decision if you continue about your business and drive off.

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  HammyBear13  |  8

#32- You are actually putting your child in danger and definitely not teaching him/her very good manners. Getting out of your car and fighting? Really? Thats immature. I have a son, and if anything, he keeps my road rage in check. Why in the hell would I want my son to think its ok to get out of his car and fight someone simply because of road rage. Staying in your car and driving away is the smartest thing to do. If you have to get out and the other person is threatening you, just call the cops and stay in your vehicle until they arrive.

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  buttcramp  |  21

60, I totally agree with you! As a mom, it's my job to teach my child appropriate behavior, manners, etc. Unfortunately, people like this woman ^ don't see anything wrong with their behavior and these traits get passed down to their children. it's really kind of sad.

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  Rainhawk94  |  27

#28 i don't have to be a parent to know your kids will take after your rage and behave the same why and will probably get them in serious trouble. What do i know i have no kids or live where you are.

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@ buttcramp, really how immature are you to call me trashy or a bad mother. You don't know me. For all I know you could be a crackhead bc of the way you look, but am I the one to judge? No, so how about you know more facts about someone than spilling out shit from your gap. Ain't no parent perfect, so get over yourself.

By  WCARlover  |  34

Some person actually hit my aunt with their car (like her body, not her car) when she was walking and drove off...I seriously don't know how some people live with themselves

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I don't know how people can live themselves after that honesty. My little brother was hit by a dominos truck 4-21-13 and killed instantly. He just drove off. It was later found he was high as fuck. Some people just don't give a damn.

By  nubbles10  |  13

What a dick. Something about this snowy weather apparently makes people lose their decency anymore, the same recently happened to my mom, but with a semi on the highway, and this asshole didn't stop when he almost killed her.

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  hokie16  |  13

She definitely didn't deserve it, but this is why they teach you to look at an intersection, even if you have the green light and the right of way. It's pretty common for semis to blow through lights since they can't stop as fast as a regular car can.

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  DanielleinDC  |  28

Not if the guy crashes into a tree or a light pole. He would richly deserve it. I guess you aren't hurt too badly, OP, as you're able to type this. Sure hope your child is okay too.

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