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Road rage is on the rise, especially among men


A new report by AAA suggests road rage has become all too commonplace, with nearly 80 percent of drivers admitting to expressing anger or aggression behind the wheel last year. Experts share advice on what to do if road rage is directed at you. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY. (Run time: 3:10)