Before I get started, tonight's EDC included an older CF 380, steel toes, and a switchblade. This evening my wife and I had gotten to our vehicle after eating out. I unlocked the doors, but instead of getting inside, she walked over to another SUV that was partly blocking us from backing out. She asked the driver to move but he got an attitude. I went to condition orange as soon as she walked towards the other vehicle. I saw her step back and the vehicle suddenly jerked forward. It jockeyed around until it was facing our vehicle directly. My wife climbed inside our truck. At that point I thought that the other vehicle could easily have trapped mine in the parking lot. Had this happened, I would have had to approach the other driver and ask him to move. I know this could have resulted in violence. My wife and I were both wearing comfortable shoes, but I doubt I could have run away. If they had trapped our vehicle, what would be the correct response? Should we have left our vehicle and tried to run to safety or should I have approached the other vehicle and risked a violent encounter? Should we have simply stayed in our own vehicle, called the police, and waited?