If an assailant is telling to you to do something, then that's an indication that he needs you to do something that (a) will make whatever he was to do safer for HIM (NOT FOR YOU) and (b) he cannot or is unsure of being able to MAKE you do. In other words, he's asking you to make his commission of the crime easier and to compromise your own safety. JUST DON'T DO IT. If you are driving, get to a public area with as many people as possible and, hopefully, police or security guards. No matter what he says or promises, JUST DRIVE. Honk your horn and attract attention to yourself. If he's driving, do whatever it takes to GET OUT of that vehicle... preferably where there are people.
sheol, if you don't cooperate, what do you do? Fight? An attacker wants something, true, money for his next fix or whatever, but they don't want to kill you, only psychopaths and serial killers do that, and they don't ask for your wallet or car. If you frustrate an attacker, the situation will escalate. When it comes to talking about drug addicts, rape victims, and assault victims I know what I am talking about, and victims who fight back, pay drastically. What would you suggest besides cooperation? I'm curious.