You are driving along on your morning commute and realize that your exit is coming up. You quickly switch from the middle lane to the outermost exit lane, forgetting to hit your signal first. The blare of a horn startles you, and you realize that you may have accidentally cut in front of another exiting motorist.
There was no accident — it wasn't even close. Yet the driver is now flipping you off and riding your bumper. You glimpse pure rage on the face of the man behind the wheel and start to worry about escalating road rage. What can you do?