Road Rage


Road Rage is an over-the-top, knock-down-drag-out motorcycle combat game that tests your skill on a range of badass bikes. Race, fight, and hustle your way through the ranks of an insane outlaw motorcycle gang.

Frequency asked questions and rumours

When was Road Rage released?

Road Rage was released on 14 Nov, 2017

Who was the developer that made Road Rage?

Team 6 were the developers that made Road Rage

What can happen if you road rage?

Road rage is not technically against the law, but it could lead to driving in a manner that is punishable with a motoring conviction. For instance, drivers could be convicted of dangerous or careless driving, which may result in a fine, penalty points, a driving ban or even time in prison for more serious cases.

What is the most common form of road rage?

– Tailgating.
– Yelling.
– Honking in anger.
– Making angry gestures.
– Trying to block another vehicle from changing lanes.
– Cutting off another vehicle on purpose.
– Getting out of the vehicle to confront another driver.
– Bumping or ramming another vehicle on purpose.

Is road rage a criminal offence UK?

There is no specific offence of ‘road rage’ in the UK. In certain cases, a road rage can result in a charge of assault, or any offence contrary to the Public Order Act 1986. Facing a prosecution for a ‘road rage incident’ can have far-reaching consequences for you and your driving licence.

Why does my anger get triggered so easily?

What causes people to get angry? There are many common triggers for anger, such as losing your patience, feeling as if your opinion or efforts aren’t appreciated, and injustice. Other causes of anger include memories of traumatic or enraging events and worrying about personal problems.

Is road rage a criminal offense in Australia?

While there are no specific laws regarding road rage, tailgating is an offence in the Road Safety Act and threatening or abusing somebody verbally may also be classed as assault.19 Feb 2021

What chemical is responsible for anger?

adrenaline

What part of the brain causes road rage?

Temporal lobes The temporal lobes are involved in emotional stability and mood control among other important processes. Brain imaging scans show that when there is abnormal activity in this area, it can be associated with temper problems, aggressive behavior, emotional outbursts, and violence.29 Jan 2017

What offence is road rage?

There isn’t a specific offence of road rage, it’s a term that’s been used to describe various incidents involving motor vehicles, their drivers and other road users.

What is the anger hormone called?

Anger causes a physical reaction in the body. It releases adrenaline, the “fight-or-flight” hormone that prepares a person for conflict or danger.

Why do I get angry so easily?

What causes people to get angry? There are many common triggers for anger, such as losing your patience, feeling as if your opinion or efforts aren’t appreciated, and injustice. Other causes of anger include memories of traumatic or enraging events and worrying about personal problems.

What causes anger on the road?

Environmental factors such as crowded roads can boost anger behind the wheel. Certain psychological factors, including displaced anger and high life stress, are also linked to road rage. In addition, studies have found that people who experience road rage are more likely to misuse alcohol and drugs.