1. Stay calm.2. Avoid eye contact.3. Don't make hand gestures.4. If you think you're being followed, drive to a police station or crowded public place - but never to your home. At night, drive to a we...
4. If you think you’re being followed, drive to a police station or crowded public place – but never to your home. At night, drive to a well-lit area.
5. Try to leave enough space – in other words, an escape route – between your vehicle and the agitated person.
6. If stopped and someone is trying to get into your vehicle, lock the doors, roll up the windows, and don’t get out. Use the horn to attract attention.
7. Report it immediately. n
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