Aside from sleeping through your alarm or biting your tongue, getting pulled over is a horrible feeling. Not only is it nerve-wracking, but also it sometimes results in a hefty fine or worse. As recent events have shown, sometimes interacting with the police can be unexpectedly dangerous. To help you play it cool and stay safe during your next moving violation, we've created a list of proper police pull over procedure so you know what to do if you get pulled over by the cops.
Whether you're guilty or not, being pulled over can result in a great deal of anxiety. Most people don't know what to do when they get pulled over, but there's plenty of advice for a traffic stop that you can keep in mind.
While we hope you never have to use this knowledge, this traffic stop advice could potentially save you from eating crow later on (like... in traffic court). Read through and vote up the helpful hints you think are most useful.
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Don't Let Passengers Interject
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Use The Turn Signal To Indicate You're Pulling Over
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Stay In Your Car
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Turn The Music Down
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Pull Back Into Traffic Cautiously
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But Seriously, Relax