I suggest not. You survived youth (as did we all) so stay OLD!My closest experience I have to a vehicle situation was 33 years ago at the ripe old age of 21. Disclaimer: I was young, stupid, cocky, reckless and escalated the situation.
I was exiting the Palmetto Expressway (826) on Okeechobee Road (South Florida) coming home from the university with my wife. I was the second car at the red light at the off-ramp waiting to turn left/east. The light turned green and the first car didn’t move. I gave a quick and short beep beep on the horn and they took-off. As I was passing them on the right, 4-5 guys (around my age) had the windows rolled down and started yelling obscenities at me and flipping me the bird. Rather than ignore them, I moved my car to the left, got real close to their car and slapped the top of the front fender/hood area, yelled out a healthy F-You and kept going.
All was well until I got to a red light and they were behind me with nowhere for me to go. I was looking through my rear view mirror and saw when all their doors flew open. I quickly reached behind me under the passenger seat and pulled out my 1911 colt 45 officer model. I opened my door and stepped out while half racking the slide and yelling “If you don’t get back in that f’ing car...” I never finished the sentence. The driver who was closest to me yelled “GUN!” and they all did a 360, jumped in their car and the driver made a u-Turn with tires screeching with one of the doors still open. BTW - I did see that one of them had a bat or club of some sort.
I learned a lot of lessons related to never getting myself in that sort of situation, controlling my temper, not allowing myself to be locked-in behind another car at a traffic light, etc. However, one important one had to do with why I half racked the slide. I had been at the range that day and shot all my ammo. I wanted them to see I was armed and hear that slide without it locking open.
Oh, to be young again