If so, you’re not alone.
That’s because Porteños are exceptionally aggressive drivers, according to a new survey from the Road Safety and Experimentation Center (CESVI).
A whopping 78% of Porteños drive aggressively at some point while on the road, according to the survey.
Around 38% of people polled said they “usually” drive aggressively while 40% say they are sometimes aggressive.
Some 12% of people surveyed said they “only insult people while driving if they themselves are insulted first.”
Just 10% of those polled said they are drive like the Buddha – peacefully.
It’s common to hear horns honking and insults on the city’s streets. In some ways it’s part of the city’s mystique.
But the aggressive behavior and the constant insults and single-fingered gestures obviously have a downside.
“This behavior reflects the constant state of intolerance and aggression with which we live in our country,” said the study.
Around 75% of aggressive drivers are men, according to the study.