Drivers feel tough behind the wheel (and their screens)—protective cocoons from which to easily point the middle finger—and get away with it, without consequence. Imagine doing that to someone while walking down the street. You never would. Why? Because it’s not safe. It could result in scrap. The illusion of being safe inside a motor bubble (or behind a screen) is exactly that—an illusion. Think next time before you flip or trip. I may stop, exit, and ask you politely to express your emotions to my face.