TOTOWA - Authorities in Passaic County will step up patrols along major roads this weekend in an effort to crack down on aggressive drivers.

County officials say police will be looking for motorists who are exhibiting dangerous driving behaviors such as speeding, tailgating and illegal passing.

Lt. Les Goldstein, of the Passaic County Office of Highway Safety, says aggressive driving enforcement will be conducted along all major roads in the county.

Drivers in Totowa tell News 12 New Jersey they are glad the county is stepping up patrols ahead of the holiday weekend.