A reckless, arrogant, juvenile, dangerous disregard for the safety of others and the sane handling of hazardous machinery, which in any rational society would be automatic grounds for forfeiture of the privilege of driving for somesubstantial period of time, or until it could be shown that the perpetrator's attitudes have matured.
Very wreckless driving, and or drunk driving
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