Don’t vent your anger behind the wheel
To be safe on the road, you should never let your emotions influence your driving. If you are too angry or nervous, stop for a while and calm down before continuing. Have a walk to get some fresh air and take a few deep breaths. If you don’t do this, your behaviour behind the wheel may become dangerous for you and for other people on the road.
Intense emotions can limit our perception, slow down our reaction times, make us detached from the current situation and unable to predict what other drivers might do. Despite the influence on our safety, anger can also make us accelerate faster, thus reducing the fuel economy.