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Probably not but I have never encountered that situation so I really do not know..
Yes as long as long as my children are not in the car and within reason. I tend to pick up couples or families I see walking quite a bit. I hesitate when it comes to single people.
I did once, but only because he was a young guy wo was stranded in the middle of nowhere on a Sunday when there was no other transport. It worked out ok but I woldn't do it again. You just never know who you are picking up.
Not unless I knew the hitch hiker very well. I would move on. If the person is in an isolated location, I would call the sheriff or highway patrol and give the location.
No, I wouldn't. I often see them and wonder what circumstances they're in so that they need to hitchhike, and I feel sorry for some of them, but in this day and age I just don't think it's safe. If I were a guy, I might feel different.
Nowadays you are taking an awful risk in picking up any hitchhiker. Several years ago, this seemed to be a safer thing to do, but there have been too many cases that have ended in tragedy when people have tried to lend a ride to what looked like a.harmless individual. It is simply too risky and should not be done in today's world.
I don't care if they were in the desert or woods, no. There are many people that look "normal" who can do crazy things and not think twice about it. I can place a call to local authorities so they can assist. Even if they are with children or in a pair, you just cannot trust strangers.
i always pick them up unless they look really dirty or drunk.
I used to pick up hitch hikers because I used to hitch hike myself-- (this was a long time ago in an area where I knew most people). Then I had a weird experience giving a ride to a guy I knew by sight-- he didn't say one word, not hi or bye or anything and it creeped me out enough that it was the last time.
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