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Obviously the car driver has an issue with your truck; Soon as I realized they were “unhappy”, I would turn on my flashers & try to maintain a safe following distance even if I had to park on the shoulder; Would make sure MY personal camera is recording this, would record a vocal license plate # & description of the car /scene on my pocket size recorder; It is best to try to get people like this to just move on without pushing or intimidating them, We all have issues of road rage, but we all know it is best to just do whatever we safey can to defuse them & forget them as soon as possible…

dont know what the car driver is trying to do, he maybe trying to hi jack the truck. me, I’d push his butt with my flashers on until an officer stops.