Recent data shows that mountain counties scored relatively low for instances of aggressive driving in the State of North Carolina. According to WLOS ABC News Channel 13, Mecklenburg County issued 270 citations for aggressive driving last year. Incidents involving aggressive diving included speeding and two other offenses. Additional offenses can include running a red light, rolling through a stop sign, illegal passing, failing to yield and following another vehicle too closely.

Wake County, which ranks second in population, had 67 aggressive driving citations for the year. Buncombe County, the seventh largest county, had 17 drivers cited for aggressive driving. Henderson County had eight citations, and Haywood had two.

If you have been injured or if you have lost a loved one in a car accident involving an aggressive driver in or around the Asheville area, contact the skilled and proven team at Davis Law Group, P.A. at 828-303-2842 for a free consultation.