How To Avoid Getting Stopped By The Cops: Your INDISPENSABLE Guide

So we have noticed that most of the mainstream media have become experts when it comes to knowing when and why the police stop motorists. 

But having done a bit of research and digging around, we noticed that hardly any of the articles which have been pumped out of the anti-police mainstream media are based on any qualified experience. 

So we tracked down a former police officer, who spent 15 years on the job, and asked him what advice he would give to anyone to help them avoid being stopped by the police.

1. Try to avoid heavily tinted windows.

Privacy glass is excellent if you want to hide from the world, but can cause an issue if you are driving in an area that is well-known for criminal activity. 

If a police officer cannot see into a car, then he/she does not know if, for example, there are naughty people in it who are carrying nasty things. 

2. When you see the police, try not to floor it.

The saying “If you have done nothing wrong, then you have got nothing to hide” is critical here. 

If you floor it when you see the cops, then do not be surprised if they want to speak to you to find out why you decided to floor it from them. 

Most people only floor it when they see the cops if they have done something wrong. 

Unfortunately, as long as there are bad people around doing bad things, then the police will want to try and stop these naughty people. 

And because criminals do not approach the police and say: “Hi, officer, I have a knife on me”, then the police have to try and find these people themselves. 

3. Abide by the road traffic rules and regulations

If you shoot through a red light, speed, drive on the wrong side of the road or don’t have a valid licence, insurance etc. etc. then you can expect to be pulled over. 

You would think that such a blatantly obvious thing would not need to be pointed out, but we are living in peculiar times. 

These are just three reasons why a police officer might decide to pull you over. 

And just remember, that for every stop that the mainstream media decide to pick up on in the hope of portraying the police in a bad light, thousands of other stops are carried out each day. 

And these stops often result in thousands of lives being saved and thousands of bad people being detained. 

You just won’t hear about these stops, because they do not fit the anti-police narrative that gets the mainstream media so excited about. 

If you want to know about the real work of the police, then follow your local cops on social media. 

4 comments

  • I don’t think you can avoid it but if you’ve done nowt wrong, let en do their job and you will be on your way

  • So true…follow the rules they are there for a reason…

  • Absolutely right. You get stopped – you remain polite, you answer their questions and are quickly on your way. If you have committed a traffic offence and then get stopped what is the point of getting aggressive. Accept the fine or warning and be on your way.

  • “Vimes didn’t like the phrase ‘The innocent have nothing to fear’, believing the innocent had everything to fear, mostly from the guilty but in the longer term even more from those who say things like ‘The innocent have nothing to fear’.”

    ― Terry Pratchett, Snuff

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