The woman was travelling along Letterkenny’s Pearse Road at 2am on Sunday morning last when she was attacked.
She stopped to allow two men to cross the road but the men suddenly turned on her and tried to get into her car.
One of the men jumped on the bonnet and exposed himself.
The other man banged the windows of the car and shouted obscenities at the terrified woman.
The woman revealed her story on Highland Radio’s Shaun Doherty Show.
She broke down in tears as she relived her horror.
The woman revealed how another car even passed by and refused to come to her aid.
The woman beeped her horn but the attackers continued to bang on her car and shout obscenities at the frightened woman.
The woman eventually managed to get away and could see the men running away towards Letterkenny’s Main Street.
The woman says she is over her ordeal but says it could have been much worse.
“I’m a pretty positive person but it could have been another lady who didn’t have their doors locked and God knows what could have happened,” she said.
The woman described the two attackers as 6ft tall, of slim build. One had red hair and the other was dark.
The woman said she was particularly disappointed at the Garda response to her complaint.
She revealed how she had one of the attacker’s fingerprints on her cars but the Garda did not take the prints.
“I just thought they would have done more. I hope it makes women more aware to keep their doors locked,” she said.