BOSTON, Neb. -- With extra errands and places to be over the holidays, a new survey says drivers admit to being up to 175 percent more aggressive on the road.
Tens of millions of drivers were surveyed by GasBuddy in each state, looking at things like quick accelerating, hard braking and speeding to determine drivers' holiday aggression.
Georgia came in on top, with drivers there admitting to 11.6 aggressive events over the holiday season.
If you're driving in Nebraska, you're more likely to see a pleasant commute, with the state ranking 37th and drivers admitting to 7.2 incidents on average during the holidays.
The top 10 states with the most aggressive holiday drivers are:
Complete state rankings can be found here.