Here’s where the UK's angriest drivers live

New research from Formula One Autocentres has highlighted the UK road rage hotspots

These are the cities with the angriest drivers

Almost 25 per cent of UK motorists experience road rage weekly, with common causes highlighted as dangerous driving, tailgating, lack of indication, cutting in and cyclists or motorbikes. These are the 10 UK cities with the angriest drivers.

38 per cent of drivers from Belfast said they experience road rage weekly, with cyclists and motorbikes causing them the biggest annoyance.

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33 per cent of drivers from Edinburgh said that they experience road rage weekly, and that tailgating is the thing that angers them the most.
25 per cent of drivers from Manchester said that they experience road rage weekly, and that similar to Edinburgh, tailgating is the most rage inducing thing for them.
24 per cent of drivers from London said that they experience road rage weekly, and that lack of indication from drivers is what winds them up the most.
21 per cent of drivers from Liverpool said they experience road rage weekly, and that dangerous driving is what makes them feel angriest.
19 per cent of drivers from Norwich said that they experience road rage weekly, and that tailgating is the most common thing that causes them road rage.
18 per cent of drivers from Southampton said that they experience road rage weekly, and that dangerous driving is what causes them road rage.
27 per cent of drivers from Newcastle said that they experience road rage weekly, with dangerous driving causing them the most rage.
31 per cent of drivers from Cardiff said that they experience road rage weekly, with tailgating being the biggest cause of road rage.
30 per cent of drivers from Glasgow said that they experience road rage weekly, with tailgating once again being the most common cause of road rage.