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(countable noun, intransitive verb) Usage note: This is the usual term used by all speakers.
1. (countable noun) Someone who drives a car fast and dangerously, often in order to impress people. The word is usually used negatively.
Example: "I can say today that as a government we are willing to crush the cars of dangerous hoon drivers when those cars have been confiscated, in certain circumstances," he said. (http://forums.justcommodores.com.au/pub/128989-vic-anit-hoon-laws-have-gone-far.html)
2. (intransitive verb) To drive fast and dangerously.
Example: I have recently paid more attention to the behaviours of drivers in my neighbourhood due to an increase in hooning and speeding. (http://www.thepunch.com.au/articles/time-to-stop-mollycoddling-prats-with-p-plates?from=news.com.au)
A hoon driver speeding down the road
(photo by Julia Miller)