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When a person commits a combination of moving traffic offenses, which is likely to endanger other persons or property, it is known as “aggressive driving.” Typical traffic violations that are considered aggressive include:
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Aggressive driving is a dangerous practice, perhaps responsible for as many secondary accidents as those involving the aggressive driver. It is learned behavior, often associated with certain personality types, and may become habitual, even when the vehicle operator is in no particular hurry. To be sure, aggressive driving isn't worth the obvious risks.
Approximately two-thirds of all automobile fatalities and injuries are related to some form of aggressive driving. According to the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration, Florida historically ranks very high with the number of fatalities attributed to aggressive driving.
If you encounter an aggressive driver, don't become a victim. Consider the following behaviors: