ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla.-- You've seen them weaving in and out of lanes. You've heard them blowing the horn and maybe even cursing.
"The issues are, sometimes, we're going to trespass, if you will, or hurt each other's feelings," Commander Chuck Mulligan said.
Mulligan has seen his fair share of aggressive driving, or road rage.
In 2010, Florida was deemed as the worst state in the country for road rage. The National Highway Safety Administration estimated that more than 12,000 Florida crashes were caused by road rage.
"To raise the level can certainly end up being dangerous, as we have individuals getting out of cars and screaming and yelling in the middle of the street," Mulligan said.
St. Johns County is one of the fastest growing counties in the state, with more roads being built and more congestion as times goes on.
Mulligan says they can't change that, but what they can do is encourage people to stay calm and think about potential consequences.
"You could cross the path of that one individual, wherever they may be from who quite simply is on edge and willing to take it to the next level and do harm."
If you get caught having road rage, you could be charged with criminal mischief.