The Smooth Operator Program is a public safety initiative, which aims to provide education, information and solutions for the problem of aggressive driving. For nearly ten years, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., have partnered through the Smooth Operator Program to combat aggressive driving. more....

The Issue:

What is aggressive driving? Aggressive driving is defined as a combination of unsafe and unlawful driving actions, which demonstrate a conscious and willful disregard for safety. Aggressive driving includes such offenses as tailgating, unsafe lane changes, speeding, running red lights and stop signs, following too closely, improper passing and failing to yield the right of way. more....

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• Drive too fast, over the posted speed limit?

• Roll through red lights or stop signs?

• Weave in and out of traffic, or make unsafe lane changes?

• Tailgate other vehicles?

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These are the most dangerous, aggressive driving behaviors. The fact is, most drivers drive this way at times. Anytime you become selfish, bold or pushy in your vehicle, you stop respecting the rights and safety of other drivers and pedestrians.


• To stop aggressive drivers.

• To reduce crashes, injuries and fatalities.

• To protect everyone on our roads.

• To make living, working, and playing safer   for all of us.

The Smooth Operator programs is a public safety initiative providing solutions for the problem of aggresive driving.