Wow! If that happened to me, I think my heart would have stopped. I hate any kind of confrontation. I'm glad you used your loaf (head) by staying in the car. A physical engagement of that kind never turns out well. Isn't it so true about driving an old car, but as soon as a new one comes along, the problems seem to happen. Cheers.My 2018 Ridgeline RTLE was less than 1 year old when a guy raged at me for blocking his path when exiting a grocery store parking lot. He kicked the right front fender with his waffle stomper boot. When I say he raged, I mean he was screaming like a mad man (no exxageration). The woman whom I did see on the other side of the entrance and was trying to avoid at the same time, gave me her name as a witness. What happened is I had a setting sun in my eyes and pedestrian and car traffic to deal with and I didn't see him. He never set off my pedestrian alarm, so he was no closer than 3 feet, but he did have to pull back his two dogs. The cop said I was smart to stay in my truck. The cop said nothing ever turns out well when drivers get out of their vehicles in those situations. Anyway, it cost $350 for a paintless dent repair to fix it. It looks great now (hard to believe), just like it never happened, but boy the experience was awful. Things like this never happen to old cars and trucks that I have owned. I have driven for over 30 years without an accident of any kind. My 8 year old Tacoma was in mint condition when I traded it in.