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ONLY ON KOLD: Road rage reviews

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

If you've ever seen something on the road that really makes you mad, you can now vent your anger online.

Tara Iles says her biggest pet peeve on the road is when drivers drive significantly under the speed limit. Hannah Bailey says people not using their blinkers properly is her biggest annoyance.

Sound familiar? Those are just a few of the most common annoyances on the road. While some drivers swear they don't get road rage, others say it's more of a struggle.

"I'm pretty much going to get really angry and sit there and not do anything about it," says Bailey.

Now, instead of suppressing that rage, drivers can let it all out online.

Taylor Peck is the co-founder of Driver-Ratings.com. He says he and his business partner were driving in Los Angeles one day when they saw someone almost hit a couple of pedestrians. 

His logic was that you can basically refute any hotel or restaurant experience online, why not good or bad drivers.

The website allows you to pick your state, type in a license plate number and add your two cents. Motorcyclist Harold Wilson believes it's a brilliant idea because of the behavior he constantly sees on his daily commute.

Peck hopes if more and more people write reviews on other drivers, it will hold some kind of accountability. He plans to keep the website anonymous without any interference from law enforcement.

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