Zapatag was created for one reason, in my opinion: to save the angrier drivers among us from dealing with an assault charge. The Google Maps API-based website lets you vent your rage at bad drivers online rather than on the street. You simply grab the license plate number, submit it to Zapatag with the offense and it’ll be plotted at its location on Google Maps.
Here’s Zapatag’s own description:
Report bad drivers, track license plates, zap a tag and upgrade your commute. Compliment a carpooler. Lash a litterer. Tattle on a tailgater. Snap at a speeder. Bring accountability back to our streets the Web 2.0 way. Don’t get mad on the road. Get even online.
One thing I really like about Zapatag is its Twitter integration. Just follow Zapatag on Twitter (@zapatag), add your Twitter username on your Zapatag profile, and then you can submit your road rage via Twitter or SMS.