We all get heated behind the wheel sometimes, but some people have turned road rage into a bizarre art form.
Here are five of the craziest road rage incidents we could find.
This case defies belief, because both drivers called the cops as they pursued each other through the streets.
In 2015, Robert Doyle called the police in Florida and informed them another driver had attempted to ram him clean off the road. At the same time, Candelerio Gonzalez's wife Cathy was on the phone with the police to tell them about a driver that was out of control. She told police they intended to follow him home.
The whole incident played out on the police radio, as Doyle, weapon in hand, pulled into his driveway. Gonzalez blocked his car in and Doyle opened fire as soon as he exited the car. Gonzalez was killed by four separate gunshots and Doyle held his family at gunpoint until the police arrived.
He was charged with second-degree murder, but the charges were later dropped. It just goes to show, though, that perspective is everything in a road rage incident and both drivers felt they were in the right.
Hassan al-Sheikh, a Colonel in the Syrian air force, had seen his fair share of dangerous situations and he probably didn't expect overtaking another vehicle at a crossroads to prove his undoing. Suleiman al-Assad, the son of the Syrian President's cousin, had other ideas.
Incensed by the Colonel's actions, he took his AK-47 from his Hummer and shot the Colonel 7 times. The incident sparked major protests in Syria as the public demanded justice. The civil unrest had an impact and the ruling family handed al-Assad over to the authorities.
The public called for his execution, but in the end al-Assad was jailed for 20 years. It's amazing that such a minor incident could escalate so quickly, and it's a stark warning to think before you act when the red mist of road rage descends.
New York City, 2013
This incident in New York City made headlines around the world. While driving with his family, Alexian Lien got caught up in a big group of bikers on an annual street ride. When one rider braked sharply in front of him, Lien's Range Rover hit his bike. Then, the scene descended into chaos.
Angry bikers surrounded his vehicle. Lien panicked and ran over three of them in a bid to escape. The bikers gave chase and surrounded him on 178th Avenue. One biker smashed out the window with his helmet before a gang dragged Lien from his vehicle and beat him unconscious.
Eleven bikers faced charges, including an off-duty police officer who was sentenced to 2 years in prison and fired from his job.
Briton Kenneth Noye was a career criminal who was already out on parole for his part in the legendary Great Train Robbery when he swerved in front of Danielle Cable on the outskirts of London.
Her fiance got out the car to remonstrate with Noye, but this proved to be a fatal decision. Noye stabbed Stephen Cameron twice and the 21-year-old died from his injuries.
Noye fled the country with a suitcase full of cash, arranged for criminal cohorts to dispose of the Land Rover Discovery he was driving and tried to make a clean getaway. He ran to Spain, a notorious hangout for wanted criminals, but he underestimated how much publicity the case would attract.
He was tracked down, extradited back to England and put on trial for murder. He claimed self defense at the trial, but was summarily convicted and sentenced to life behind bars. When you get in to an argument on the road, you simply don't know who you are fighting with. So, learn to let it go.
New Mexico, 2015
Alan Garcia threw his hands up in exasperation when another car forced him out of his lane on the Interstate 40 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. That was enough to set a terrifying chain of events into motion.
The driver of the other car, Tony Torres, gave chase when Garcia accelerated. Then he pulled out a handgun and fired two shots at Garcia's car. One of them hit Garcia's four-year-old daughter Lilliana.
The police offered a $25,000 reward that eventually led them to Tony Torres. He confessed to the murder and was sentenced to 16 years in prison. Torres' reaction to a minor incident was patently insane and it cost a young girl her life. It happens too often, so don't get involved.