The law and the police will say no because you'd be intentionally increasing the likelihood of an accident, but maybe if everyone did that often enough, people would actually stop tailgating.
true! but.......... false if they are a aggrivated driver.
Of course you do, and if they crash into you and get hurt it's all their fault!
Expect the worst and be very cautious.Be ready to isolate yourself from the situation.
run away or yell for help
Then it should be taken to court and the tenets of the will followed.
pull over.Always let the tailgater pass - that way he becomes someone else's collision and trouble.
The philosophy of Dana, which says that a leader should be prepared to prefer the well being of others over personal pleasure, should be followed in Buddhist governance.
The most common cause is from the brakes overheating from being overworked.
I need a daigram of the rear brakes being changed