The Office of Highway Safety will conduct an aggressive driving enforcement set Oct. 23-Nov. 3.
Law enforcement agencies participating include Delaware State Police and all three counties, along with Georgetown, Milford, Newark, New Castle County, Seaford and Wilmington police departments.
Currently, 32 of the 83 fatal crashes in the state this year have been attributed to aggressive driving behaviors.
Motorists can be charged with aggressive driving when an officer observes a driver committing three or more traffic violations in a single incident such as speeding, failing to yield right of way, tailgating, making improper lane changes, and running red lights or stop signs. Drivers cited for aggressive driving will get six points on their licenses and fines between $100 and $300.
To learn more about aggressive driving, visit www.AggressivedrivingDE.com or www.ohs.delaware.gov.