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If you have car trouble and are walking to look for help, always walk against the traffic so that you can see what is coming.

If shadowed by a car, run back in the direction from which you came.  If you continue in the same direction, you will make it easy for the shadowing to continue.

Be wary of alert passengers.  Don’t use a “walkman” when walking in isolated areas at any time.

Regularly change your routines.  Mark out houses at intervals on each route you take that may be used as “safe houses” in the event of attack such as shops or houses that you know to be occupied by a friend or acquaintance.  Try to incorporate these houses every time you vary your route.

Be alert at all times.  Don’t presume that because your area has been “safe” thus far, that it will continue to be so.