If you've ever gotten angry after being cut off by someone in traffic, you're not alone. A new report shows we've all experienced some road rage.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers reports:

A new survey from Triple-A says nearly eight in ten U.S. drivers admit expressing anger, aggression or road rage at least once in the last year.

That ranges from following too closely or yelling at another driver to hitting a vehicle on purpose or getting out to confront a driver.

The most aggressive drivers? Men aged 19 to 39.

It found men are three times more likely to have gotten out of a car to confront another driver or ram another vehicle on purpose, and the survey says more than a hundred million of us own up to purposely tailgating another vehicle.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration estimates about two-thirds of crash deaths involve aggressive driving.

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News 

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