These offenses include following too closely, speeding, unsafe lane changes, failing to signal intent to change lanes, and other forms of negligent or inconsiderate driving. This driving behavior is most often seen when there is traffic congestion. A driver may already be running behind and they are determined to get where they need to be as fast as possible, regardless of the rules of the road.
Topics covered in this report include:
- Defining Aggressive Driving
- Why Aggressive Driving Often Goes Unreported
- Recognizing Road Rage
- Why Road Rage is So Dangerous
- Aggressive Driving Statistics
- What Can be Done?
He is licensed to practice law in the United States District Court for the District of Kansas, eastern Arkansas, western Arkansas, and western Missouri. He was Deputy Prosecuting Attorney in Crawford County, Kansas from 1987-1989.
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