Road rage, air rage, office rage, desk rage, work rage, bike rage, trolley rage ... rage is the word of the moment.
The peak of office employee stress levels which ultimately starts with the screaming of vulgar language within the workplace. It can often times lead to assaulting fellow employees, abusing office equipment and/or stealing of company property, abusing sick days and ultimately poor production at work. A possible side effect is that the employee continues to take out his or her rage at their residence in the form of kicking small animals and drinking heavily.
This term is used to refer to violent behaviour by a driver of an automobile or other motor vehicle, which thus causes collisions or incidents on roadways. It can be thought of as an extreme case of aggressive driving.
This is the general term for disruptive and/or violent behaviour perpetrated by passengers and crew of aircraft, typically during flight.