HOUSTON -- Women tend to have worse road rage, according to a study from car manufacturer Hyundai.
Researchers put sensors on the hands of 1,000 drivers and used webcams in the United Kingdom. They found that on average women were 12 percent angrier than men when driving.
Researchers say it could be because driving sparks an ancient defense instinct in women. Many previous studies show that 96.6 percent of people with road rage are men.
Want to see how your driving compares? Hyundai has the Driving Emotion Test they used in the study on their website. Answer questions about your habits behind the wheel and they'll let you know your emotional intelligence. Click here to take the test.
Women tend to have worse road rage than men, study finds