Here's a weird one for you.. I just cant figure this one out... This morning my wife's driving on her way to a doctor's appointment. As she's driving she notices a car tailgating her. She's able to see that it's a younger guy and he's driving close enough to where it's starting to freak her out. She comes up to a stop sign and he's still driving right on her bumper, so she looks both ways and rolls through the stop sign to put some distance from this guy. He slows down then does the same thing and speeds up to be on her bumper again. The shopping mall/area where her doc is located is coming up so she does a quick ninja turn into the parking lot and drives around the back effectively losing the guy. She then drives across and parks at her doctor's office. As she's in the waiting room, she looks out the window and sees this guy behind her car writing down her license plate number, then he drives off. She called me and I told her to call the police which she didn't do... (ARGH!) So she finished up her appointment, comes outside to see 4 police cars waiting for her. According to the police, this guy claims she was "diving 50 mph, nearly hit his car and ran through a stop sign". Total total bs. How could he know how fast she was going..? How can he prove "she almost hit him"? About the only thing he's got is that she ran a stop sign, to which she told the cops that she "did to get away from this guy" I'm really not sure what this guy's up to, but how the hell can something like this even taken seriously without any evidence at all?? Anyone ever have any experience with citizen's traffic complaints etc etc. It's really just one person's word vs another so can something like that even make it to court?? This is just so bizarre.