If you are being tailgated, you should:
A) Step on your brakes
B) Change lane or slow down to allow the tailgating vehicle to safely pass you
C) Signal the tailgater when it is safe to pass you
Change lane or slow down to allow the tailgating vehicle to safely pass you
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