As early as 1995, Maryland was one of the first states to recognize aggressive driving as an epidemic and major cause of fatal car crashes. The state used its Aggressive Driver Campaign to educate the public on how to recognize aggressive driving and how deadly the consequences can be.
Our last blog discussed what to do when an aggressive driver confronts you. According to the AAA, one-half of all drivers subjected to an aggressive driver reported responding with their own aggression. That is truly unfortunate, given how turning away from confrontation is almost a sure way to avoid an accident and injury.
When it comes to aggressive driving:
How do you respond to an aggressive driver?