According to Lawyers.com, reckless driving is driving with "willful or wanton disregard for the safety of others." This can include performing stunts in a parking lot, purposefully swerving the vehicle, racing another car and tailgating another car. Each state may have different ideas on what constitutes reckless driving. For example: in Michigan, driving on a frozen public lake is considered reckless driving; in Washington, "embracing" somebody in the car is reckless driving; and in Tennessee, "driving a truck filled with mulch looking for cattle is willful or wanton disregard for the safety of persons or property commits reckless driving." Punishment for reckless driving include deportation, jail sentences, automatic suspension or revocation of driver's license and a fine.