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Julie Sussman, et al's (Dare To Repair Your Car) discusses what to do when pulled over or when you get a traffic violation.... and stay safe on the road at the same time. Read the excerpt below. Call the best Towing Reno Company for 24-hour towing and roadside assistance!
Now that you're certain that the police officer is legitimate, there are rules to follow to make the process less painful.
- Don't cry ... it doesn't work anymore.
- Admit your guilt if you know you're wrong, and if you have no clue as to why you were pulled over, ask.
- Don't argue – save your arguments for court.
- Don't even think about loosening a button or hiking your skirt because that puts the officer in a liability situation, which means you will absolutely, positively get a ticket – and if you stoop that low, then, sister, you deserve it!
- Don't ask the officer how many doughnuts he's eaten today or why isn't he getting the real criminals out there.
- Never, ever, get out of the car unless the officer requests it. Instead, roll down the window and present the officer with your driver's license and registration.
The most common traffic violations are speeding, moving violation, drunk driving, and failure to pay full time and attention to your driving. We all know what the first three are, so we're going to skip right on down to the last.
Driven to Distraction
What do reading a book, shaving your legs, putting on makeup, using a fax machine, and watching TV all have in common? These are all things that police officers have caught people doing while driving their cars. And those are the ones we can print!
It's disgusting and obnoxious behavior; but there's no law saying that you can't do these things in your car; right? Well, yes and no. Yes, there is no law expressly prohibiting someone from shaving her legs in the car while driving, but there is a law called Failure to Pay Full Time and Attention to Your Driving that basically states that if you're doing anything other than paying full attention to your driving, you can be ticketed. And shooting the bird at another motorist does fall under this category.
Talking on the cell phone can also fall into this category; in fact, some states only allow motorists to use hands-free cell phones, and some states are considering banning cell phone use in cars.
Police cars and emergency medical vehicles never share the same color lights. For example, if police cars have blue lights, emergency medical vehicles will have red lights. It's important to note that the colors vary from state to state."