There is a saying that the girl feels that the driver may want to commit a crime to herself, so she has to jump out of the window to save herself and accidentally die. If this argument is true, how should girls save themselves in this situation best?
The incident has not been investigated clearly, and I think malicious speculation is not good! But for girls, some previous experiences may have made me somewhat defensive against being alone with the opposite sex. First of all, I would not spend time alone with the opposite sex at night, let alone take the other person’s car, which would make me feel very insecure. If I have to move at night, I will find a companion to accompany me, or take a taxi to go by myself. I have dinner with my colleagues, and I try to take the car of a female colleague when I go home at night. I have also taken a car of a male colleague before, because I am sure I believe in each other’s character. If it is not for someone I trust, I would rather take a taxi myself. For taxis, I try to use Didi to take taxis at night. Although it is more expensive, it is safer. Didi Taxi is sometimes cheaper. I basically take a taxi during the day and take an express taxi at night, and I must be in the back row at night. Because I often take taxis, I have encountered some nasty drivers, but because I was in the back row, the other party kept telling me some ridiculous topics. I actually didn’t dare to refute it because it would be no good for me to anger the other person. I can only occasionally agree, or look at the phone to reply to messages, expressing silence. Then I will find an opportunity to call, tell my family or friends where I am on the road, and I will be there soon, let the driver know that someone is waiting for me. (Actually, most of the time I don’t even know where I am, because I’m a super road idiot. I’ll say there are five minutes left, and I’ll be there soon, because the drive is actually only ten minutes away. Let me say I also say the way home I don’t know.) Actually, even if the driver is plotting against you, I don’t recommend jumping out of the window. Because jumping out of the window from the driver’s cab of a moving vehicle, it is never as simple as getting a little bit injured by hitting a few rolls in a TV movie. Don’t overestimate your ability to resist injury, and various accidents, such as being run over by other vehicles, head landing, etc. Blindly jumping from a car is equivalent to killing one’s life, even if you die! In front of life, everything else is secondary. If you have to take a stranger’s car, you still need to sit in the front row. When getting in the car, the girl can send a real-time location to a friend or family member, and then send a voice message to tell the other party that the location has been sent to him/her, and how long it will take. Voice, let the driver know that someone is waiting for you. To a certain extent, it can dissuade some unruly drivers. In my opinion, unless it is the kind of desperado or pervert, very few people are really bold enough to sexually assault a girl in a place that is not so remote and easy to be spotted. Even if the driver really plots wrong with you, there must be a process. Once you find something wrong, such as the other party’s verbal provocation or manual action, the girl should rebel righteously and warn. In addition, the driver’s attempt to commit misconduct while driving means that he will die, unless he threatens violence, but in this case girls can secretly report to the police. The driver is driving and it is impossible to always pay attention to the girl’s every move. Too many unpredictable unexpected situations are not easy to analyze. I hope that girls will have more awareness of prevention and know how to protect themselves to avoid putting themselves in a potentially dangerous situation. If you really encounter an accident, the most important thing is to protect your life. In addition, the matter of cargo Lala is very strange. I think it is unlikely that the driver will sexually assault the other person. I don’t want to speculate before the truth is disclosed. But this incident should indeed teach consumers and platforms a real and painful lesson. How should Huolala and other platforms effectively protect the safety of consumers and drivers? It is worth thinking about!