A VIDEO of a woman smashing into the back of a car before screaming at the person she hit has gone viral on social media.
The video was uploaded to TikTok by @funnfactory1 and shows why it's so important to pay attention in traffic.
The footage shows a woman who smashed into the back of a car shouting at the driver she hit rather than apologising.
It was all caught on a rear-facing dashcam inside the car that was rear-ended.
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Before hitting the vehicle, the woman was battling with a Range Rover beside her, clearly becoming distracted as a result.
The Range Rover was about to make its way past before the woman indicated to change lanes at the very last moment.
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She was so busy looking at the Range Rover that she didn't see the camera car stop in front and drove straight into the back of it.
TikTok users are outraged by the woman's reaction and her behaviour.
One said:" Why is she mad at the guy in the car she hit?
Another said: "She wasn't even looking. She was busy."
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Other users believe that she needed to pay more attention to the road.
One said: "Looks like she was too busy waving the other car that she could not concentrate on the road."
Another said: "She was too busy gesturing out the windows and she still crashed into you."
A report from RAC revealed that road rage is extremely common in the UK.
Getting on for half of the drivers (43%) have been victims of road rage.
Of those, 49% of the victims were women and 37% were male drivers.
Road Rage is not an offence, but motorists may be found guilty of careless or dangerous driving when it leads to aggressive driving.
If road rage ends up in a physical confrontation, the motorist could be arrested and charged with assault.
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