AUGUSTA, Maine — Maine lawmakers are considering a bill aimed at addressing road rage.

The proposal, which was heard Friday before the Transportation Committee, targets driving aggressively, tailgating, excessive horn honking and leaving a vehicle specifically to attack another person.

Those found guilty of the misdemeanor would face a 90-day license suspension and a court-ordered anger management course.

The committee heard from a motorist who described how a stranger tailgated him for four miles and then assaulted him.