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Speeding & Aggressive Driving
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Which is an example of aggressive driving?
(hint: all are)
Going through a red light
Not making a full stop at a stop sign
Using a hand held devices such as cell phones, palm pilots or other internet link-ups while driving.
Speeding up to make it through a yellow light
Switching a lane without signaling first
Making a turn without signaling
Going over the speed limit in a school zone or neighborhood
Approaching so fast that the driver of another car that's stopped, feels threatened
Tailgating a car to pressure the driver to go faster or move over
Tailgating a car to punish the driver for something
Closing the gap to prevent another car from coming into your lane
Driving with an alcohol level above the legal limit
Drive while drowsy enough to have droopy eyes
Getting to a traffic light and stopping too close behind another car
Cruising in the passing lane, refusing to move over as soon as you can
Intentionally blocking an exit or intersection, when you could have stopped sooner
Making an obscene gesture at another road user
Are you an Aggressive Driver?
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