We’ve all seen or been involved in road rage incidents over the years. One thing they have in common is that once drivers manifest themselves verbally or physically (in the more serious of incidents), things quickly cool off.
That’s not always the case, obviously, as the following video proves. The driver of a first-generation Hyundai Veloster found himself the victim of a verbally abusive road rager who wasn’t willing to let things go that easily.
The Ford Fusion driver got mad because the Hyundai Veloster was allegedly driving 120 mph (193 km/h) in rush hour traffic. While the incident that triggered the road rage wasn’t captured on camera, it’s pretty hard to believe one could drive at that speed on a crowded highway.
Anyway, after the angry driver blew off some steam, the situation appeared to go back to normal. Except it didn’t. The Ford driver followed the Veloster driver around and gave him another round of verbal abuse right in the parking lot of the man’s workplace.
Think that was all? Think again, because the road rager couldn’t calm down and followed the other guy in the store to tell his co-workers and superiors that he was driving recklessly. How about that? Towards the end of the video, the Hyundai driver admits to his boss he was maybe doing 80 mph (129 km/h) to get ahead of the Fusion but not more.
Warning: Video contains foul language