Light Rage is the phenomenon of drivers purposely running red lights that are not camera monitored. Shok from JBM forums coined the phrase in 2006 after getting several tickets in the mail from running redlights. Whenever he saw and unmonitored light, he ran it on purpose.
In a fit of light rage, Gabe floored his Impala as the light turned red, getting back at the city for installing red light ticketing cameras around town.
by Burner71 November 29, 2007
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