TAILGATERS BEWARE
Without regard to my personal safety, I drive on the roads of New Jersey. Every morning, as though the gates of HELL have been opened, vehicles swarm across the New Jersey stateline from Pennsylvania. In three years of commuting to work, on ten days, I have had no TAILGATERS from Pennsylvania following me. In February 2003, for evidence gathering, I purchased an JVC CAMCORDER. With the CAMCORDER mounted securely in my back window, on March 10, 2003, I recorded a typical commute to work.

DO YOU KNOW THIS TAILGATER?


These photos were made during a two minute interval of travel along Bevidere Road in Lopatcong Township, New Jersey. Between Hillcrest Blvd. and Red School Lane. My traveling speed during the collection of evidence was exactly 40 Miles Per Hour. I tested my Speedometer by driving past a PUBLIC radar detection device located in Stewartsville, New Jersey.

The CAMCORDER let me down and the images I collected are not clear enough to proscecute the driver of the TAILGATING vehicle. If you can identify this individual, you can warn him, I recorded his LICENSE PLATE NUMBERS.
(WARNING)   Don't try this without ADULT supervision.
CLOSE-UP OF THE DRIVER IS POSTED BELOW.
THANK-YOU.

CAMCORDER time 4.32 CAMCORDER time4.45 CAMCORDER time5.00

These six sequensed photos are 'stills', captured from an JVC video CAMCORDER. The approaching vehicle arrived on my tail in thirty seconds. The time lapse between these six photos was one minute and seven seconds. (FROM 4:32 - 5:39)

 CAMCORDER time 5.15 CAMCORDER time5.27 CAMCORDER time5.39

This Tailgater just kept following me and following me until I turned on my right blinker and pulled over so he could pass. Then I recorded his LICENSE PLATE NUMBERS.



HERE'S THE FUN PART
THIS IS AN ISOLATED PHOTOGRAPH OF
THE TAILGATER.
DOESN'T HE LOOK SORT OF LIKE,
SADDAM HUSSEIN?

PHOTO OF TAILGATER ENHANCED PHOTO OF TAILGATER. HE LOOKS LIKE SADDAMN HUSSEIN
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Daniel Z. Seyler  © March 11, 2003