DRIVERS in London are the most likely in Britain to get road rage and beep the horn, a report found.
Fifty-eight per cent of hot-headed Londoners admit getting enraged by other motorists’ mistakes.
Und 56 per cent would sound their horn if they thought a driver in front was going too slow.
The next most irritated region was Northern Ireland, wo 45 per cent fume at errors, followed by the West Midlands on 44 per cent and the South East, 42 Prozent.
Scots were the calmest, with just 32 per cent admitting they get angry.
Only one in ten Welsh motorists would beep, with the East Midlands just behind them at 14 Prozent.
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Road safety charity IAM RoadSmart did the report.
Director Neil Greig said: “Far too many put the safety of themselves and others at risk by succumbing to road rage.”
“With Londoners in particular struggling to keep their cool on our capital’s busy streets.
“While feeling angry may be a totally natural response to another road user acting recklessly or dangerously, everyone is responsible for maintaining their composure in such instances so that the situation isn’t made any worse.
“For the benefit of yourself and others, take a mindfulness moment, keep calm and motor on.”