Tulsa, Okla. - Sure, we're SUPPOSED to be nice to each other during the holidays.
But a survey from State Farm finds that ironically, people have their WORST driving manners this time of year.
44-percent of people who were surveyed admit to driving more aggressively this time of year.
And 64-percent said they SEE aggressive driving.
Crowded shopping mall parking lots, traffic jams, and just STRESS of trying to get everything done lead to things like cutting people off, tailgating, speeding, fighting for parking spaces, and rude hand gestures.
Experts say if you find yourself in a road-rage incident, the best advice: Let it go.