It happens to everyone. The fender bender. If you are at a cold stop and someone hits you from behind, they don't have to be traveling very fast for it to really jar you. Especially if you didn't see it coming. I've had buddies shove me from the back, just messing around and that put my back out for a week and a half.

When I was nineteen years old, I was at a four-way stop. I was on my way through the intersection after stopping when a guy came screeching to a halt a few inches from my driver's door. He didn't stop at all. As a hot headed youngster, I flipped him the bird and went on my way. That guy followed me to my buddies house. When I got out of the car, I wasn't that mad anymore and was ready to yell a bit and be done with it. Not him. This crap-for-brains gets out of his car and what do you know? He's still wearing his weight belt after what looked like was a rigorous workout. He got in my face, we yelled and he left. No fistacuffs as you can tell by my still-handsome face. I learned my lesson though, and I stopped giving the one-finger salute on the road. It's just not worth it.

The following road rage incident happened after a minor fender bender at Camp Pendleton in California in 2013. The hothead is a marine and the silent driver is the brother of the woman filming, who also is a marine. The language is very NSFW, but I think it's a good lesson on why it's best to avoid that sort of confrontation. If that guy was to get out of the car, that minor fender bender would have led to an ambulance to be called or even worse, the coroner.