Traffic Safety Director for the DMV Mark Fountain says unfortunately,there will be more of it.
Motorist Barbara Camp has found she often encounters aggression on N.C.roads.
Driver Jeff Cartee says he's been the target of angry drivers as well.
The AAA's best advice for avoiding trouble includes the following tips:
Driver Cheri Burnett says she has her own way of handling suchsituations.
The practice is dangerous, and you can be caught off-guard by anaggressive driver cutting in front of or behind you or tailgating. Infact, incidents where driving aggression leads to violence involvingweapons are also on the increase.
According to AAA aggressive driving accidents involving death orinjuriesare up 10 percent since 1990.