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Aggressive Driving – “The commission of two or more moving violations that is likely to endanger other persons or property, or any single intentional violation that requires a defensive reaction of another driver.“
Road Rage – “An assault with a motor vehicle or other dangerous weapon by the operator or passenger(s) of one motor vehicle on the operator or passenger(s) of another motor vehicle caused by an incident that occurred on a roadway.“
Mentally condemning or thought of violence toward other drivers.
Verbally expressing condemnation of other drivers to passengers in your vehicle.
Not obeying traffic safety rules, because you don’t agree with them.
Also, do you engage in the following aggressive and risky driving behaviors:
Following too close.
Weaving in and out of traffic.
Speeding up to beat a traffic light.
Cutting between vehicles to change lanes.
Using the horn excessively.
Flashing headlights excessively at oncoming traffic.
Braking to get others to back off your bumper.
Passing traffic and then slowing to teach the other driver a lesson.
If you think you do some of the above, you may want to seek help, give us an email by clicking the “contact” tab at the top right of this page, or call 317-713-1130. If you suffer because of those who do the above you may want to pull over and let them go by.
For some excellent information on road rage from every aspect, go to www.drdriving.org