Personally, if I see the driver on a cell phone, I do not stop, unless there is debree all over and it looks pretty bad, or if I can see there is someone injured. On the other hand if it looks like they need help, and no one else has already stopped to help, I pull over put up my light and turn on the high beams. On Christmas Eve I stopped to help out a guy who had flipped his Ford SUV on it's roof. The front interior was completly smashed in, he was fooling around with his hearing aid, but had not a scratch on him. I was like WOAH! Anyways, what criteria have to be met in order for you to stop and help out? Thanks! -Emt1581 Wanna kill these ads? We can help!