Hyundai UK study says women get road rage worse than men

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UNITED KINGDOM - A new study says when it comes to road rage women lose their cool quicker than men.
Hyundai researchers tracked a thousand UK drivers using sensors on their hands and findings suggest women have an instinctive 'early warning system' causing them to get angry and frustrated quicker.

The study says women are on average 12 percent more angry than men when behind the wheel.

These findings contradict previous studies that show a little more than 96 percent of people with road rage are guys.