(WXYZ) — Ramez Haidar, Franchesca Stacks and Gio Bronco all have the same thing in common: They are drivers and, like many of us, have witnessed road rage.

“There’s so much anger right now. Somehow you see people driving crazy,” Haidar said.

Incidents of road rage in Michigan aren't slowing down. In fact, Michigan State Police says it's a constant problem.

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“People get this road rage when they feel like their space or their rights have been infringed upon by somebody, aggressively maybe even, and it feels like a moral violation or a social violation,” said Stephanie Preston, Ph.D., a psychology professor at the University of Michigan.

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