What to do when your car is being tailgated


By AGENCY

If you’re being tailgated, under no circumstances should you hit the brakes or show them the middle finger. You may end up with a fine yourself if you did that. — dpa

They flash their lights and drive up close behind you: pushy, tailgating drivers are all too common a problem on motorways.

It’s easy to feel intimidated or angry, but traffic safety experts say it’s crucial to remain calm in this situation, even if it can prove difficult sometimes.

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