Audi, Land Rover, Subaru and Vauxhall drivers also have a higher tendency to get angry with other motorists at this time.
Blue is perceived as the most aggressive shade with black, silver, green and red following. Which implies that if you drive a gold, white or orange car, you're likely to be more placid and easy-going.
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"During peak periods of traffic," George Charles from VoucherCodes Pro, which commissioned the survey, told the Mail, "whether it be the Monday morning school run or the hectic rush hour on a Friday evening, it is all too easy to allow the common manifestations of road rage to get the better of us as motorists."
Faithless cheatersObscene gestures, shouting, swearing accompanied by aggressive, erratic driving were all common expressions of a lack of emotional control. So what do kinder, gentler folk drive? According to a recent survey commissioned by illicitencounters.com, the most faithful motorists tend to drive Peugeots and Renaults.
Is it fair? There's plenty of awful driving out there, from lorries to private hire taxi cabs, right up the brand food chain, not forgetting white vans and MPVs. So, are you more likely to let a white Renault or Nissan out at a junction - or a blue BMW, Audi or Range Rover? Let us know.