A YOUTUBE clip capturing a car park rage incident at Woodridge, in which a truck driver lets a stationary car know who's boss, has attracted 19,000 views since it was posted on January 27.
The video, titled ``Another Day in the Woodz'' appears to have been caught on a camera phone, and runs for just over a minute.
It was shot at the Parkland Plaza shopping centre off Ewing Rd, Woodridge.
The clip was posted on YouTube on January 27 and shows the driver of a white one-tonne truck, ramming a double parked silver sedan out of the way.
The video shows the car waiting for another vehicle to exit a parking spot, and the truck trying to go around it through a garden and a fence.
After failing to get around, the truck driver then reverses back and decides to push the car out of his way, and then drive off.
RACQ senior road safety adviser Joel Tucker, said recent research found that many RACQ members believed aggressive driving behavior was becoming more frequent and more extreme.
``There are a range of potential triggers for aggressive driving behaviour, which can depend on the individuals involved,'' he said.
``As roads become congested, some drivers can have a tendency to feel divorced not only from other road users, but the consequences of their own driving errors or aggressive actions.
``Although some motorists may not intend to be aggressive, manoeuvres such as improper lane changes, indicator use or overtaking may delay, endanger or irritate other road users.''
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