Well done on keeping a cool head in a tough situation. Handled very well. My dad is a truckie and sadly you get the odd few who wreck it for the others by intimidating people 'cos they can'.
All the best,
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Hi Charteux, I think you did the right thing by going to a populated place and calling the police. In this type of situation that is the best thing to do. Always go to a place where there are a lot of people or go right to the police station. I know this must be very upsetting. If it happens to you again try to get a license # or remember anything you can about who is following you. If you have a camera phone try to take a picture. You were wise not to go to your home. I hope you are feeling better. Always make sure you drive in well populated areas if you are out at night. Also do you have pepper spray to keep with you? I always carry some just in case. Please take care and I hope you will get over this and not let it stop you from doing the things you need to. If someone strange or nasty is driving near or next to me I never look at them or give any indication that they are bothering me. Its best not to give anyone a reason to show their "road rage."