Drivers interviewed Thursday at Valley Mall about the way they respond to aggressive drivers said they get mad, but don't get even.
Some were surprised to hear that in Maryland, police need to see three out of seven possible driving violations in order to write a ticket for aggressive driving.
"I never knew that," said Melissa Baker, 37, of Williamsport. "By that time, you have someone dead."
Baker said she has issues with drivers who change lanes without using a turn signal, and those "riding my bumper."
Michelle Wilson, 40, of Boonsboro, said she thinks police should at least give warnings or tickets for offenses that could be components of aggressive driving, such as making an unsafe lane change or following too closely.