Drivers believe road rage is on the rise
QUEENSLAND motorists believe road rage is becoming more common, according to the state's peak motoring body.
Almost 88% of motorists surveyed by RACQ felt road rage had become a more common issue in the past five years.
RACQ's Lauren Ritchie said motorists should not have to fear violent attacks by other drivers.
She said RACQ wanted the Queensland Police Service to put a greater emphasis on targeting anti-social behaviour on the roads, including cutting off other drivers.