(WJLA) - If you think you're seeing a lot more aggressive driving this time of year, you're not crazy. And if you're honest enough to admit that you find yourself driving a little more aggressively, then you're not alone.
According to a new study by State Farm and KRC Research, 44 percent of drivers reported witnessing aggressive behavior on the roads. They also admit to acting aggressively in the last three months.
Researchers say aggressive driving is more prevalent during the holidays because people are busier with shopping and tend to have less patience.
Driving too fast and zipping in and out of parking spots are signs of aggressive driving behavior.