Under Arizona law it is illegal to drive with reckless disregard for the safety of other and property. Reckless driving is a criminal offense, and can lead to harsh penalties.
What is Reckless Driving?
Typically includes some sort of speeding, swerving, weaving, tailgating.
It is is a class 2 misdemeanor offense. So if convicted, you face up to 120 days in jail, two years probation, $1372.50. Also, you face a 90 day license suspension and 8 points added to your license.
If convicted twice in the past 24 to 84 months of a DUI, Reckless Driving, Vehicular Homicide or Racing, you face even harsher penalties. Including up to 180 days, up to 3 years probation, and substantial fines. Also, you face 8 additional license points and a mandatory one year license revocation.