As per a report released by National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB), Kerala reports the highest number of cases of Road rage.
In 2015, there have been 451,069 reported incidents of road rage. That is a 10 percent incline compared to 2014 -- when the total was 409,899.
Kerala tops the list with 131,000 registered cases, while Tamil Nadu registered 54,253 cases followed by Madhya Pradesh with 41,529 and Karnataka with 34,201.
With Kerala being the home for hot-headed drivers, it is no surprise that Thiruvananthapuram reported 12,440 cases of road rage, the highest among all Indian cities. Other Keralite cities such as Kochi, Thrissur, and Kozhikode are also among the list.
The national capital, New Delhi reported 7,411 road rage incidences, saving the fourth spot on the list.
In Tamil Nadu, Chennai reported 6,516 cases of road rage, while other metros such as Kolkata, Bangalore, and Mumbai takes the remaining spots.