How to lose a tail after being stalked

Hi guys! If I am followed by car or on foot by some stranger unknown to me – what can I do to lose a tail and be safe again

Why? First, they are illegal in public places (although the FCC may waive the law for private use) because they can block emergency signals. The man in the Philly bus probably was not thinking about what would happen if, God forbid, his bus crashed and someone had to call for help. If your boss used a cell phone jammer at your job and your store was stolen, it would not be a good situation!

On the other hand, cell phone jammers in everyday life may seem like a good idea: Who wants to sit next to someone on the train who stammers to their doctor the rude details of their last saddle? Would not you get more work in the library or in your work if you stop texting your best friend every two minutes? But when you stop and think about it, using a cell phone jammer is a dangerous idea.

If your tail is still there – don’t panic! You can go to the public place where you would be much safer (if it is not your jealous ex) from the dangerous stranger and call the police from there. If you are in your car and another car is following you – look for as many details about that car as possible (its color, license plate number, how the driver looks like, if there any damages at the car, its model, etc.) and call the police from your car.

If your life is at stakes in the dangerous pursuit then you can try to do some serious maneuvers at your own risk, including rapid turning before the traffic light changes to red or trying to speed up / slow down at the highway, etc. If your tail lost you and suddenly came back at your trail – something is not right. There is a small chance that it is pure luck but most likely that you have a GPS tracking device somewhere in or under your car. The only thing that can save you in such situation is blocking the signal of GPS tracking device because without it person who is stalking you will not be able to find you again after you vanished into thin air.