Care Driving Safety

January 18, 2018

Many people are followed while driving in their cars. Most of the time it may be innocent and inadvertent, but sometimes it can be malicious and with intent to harm. The key is to figure out if someone is actually following you and what their intent may be.

  1. To determine if they are following you take a series of turns in the same direction (to the right or to the left). It is highly unlikely that someone will be randomly taking that many similar turns as you are.
  2. Notice identifying features of the vehicle and person driving. Items like the make, model and color of the car, as well as the license place number can be relayed to police. Also, try to get any details about the driver.
  3. If you have protective equipment on you or in the car, this is the time to get them ready.
  4. Call the police. Inform them that you are being followed, where you are and describe the car. They will direct you to the nearest police station. 

Being followed can be a very serious situation. For more information please check out the video below: