from the sounds of it, yes. They're questionning a driver of one of the lorries. I think they'd initially said 5 people, but now 6 saying there was a "very small child" in the car as well - but they dont actually know for sure.
I would just pull over - or pull right to the side indicating when the road was clear so that they could pass. Getting all stresse about it - as chequersandchess proves - leads us to drive out of our own comfort zne and to make silly mistakes. I fully believe that no matter how many times I just touch the brakes or shout or gesticulate - if someone believes it is acceptable to drive like that - they will do it regradless of my actions. I have no wish to endanger mine or any of my passengers lives - and for all I know they could have their own children/family in the car - and I would rather they were out of way so I could carry on driving how I feel safe. People who drive like this are irresponsible and stupid - but still I would hate to find their car wrapped round a tree as much as I would hate to find anyone else.
I wasn't criticising you at all Chequersandchess - just really glad that you suffered no more damage than a flat tyre - I just know that when being hassled I don't concentrate as well - difficult on narrow country roads though. I now try to be stubborn and ignore them up my backside! n a separate point I do fine these types of drivers are much more persistant if I am driving DH's car (big executive) rather than my (girly) car - does what you're driving make a difference do you think?