By Damon Dallah
The actual act of pulling over is a very crucial moment of the traffic stop. If you do this wrong, you can write your own ticket.
The tips that follow will give you a better idea of how to properly pull over when those red and blue lights start flashing.
If you've observed, there is a common theme among all of the elements. By pulling over this way, you lower the officer's apprehension and achieve the all important purpose of getting the officer to perceive you as a non-threat.
By doing things differently than most other people would, the officer takes notice and immediately begins to lean towards issuing a warning instead.
Unlike everyone else he's pulled over that day, you were significantly considerate and subtle in your actions. You did things the right way. Every cop will greatly value this and (in some cases) ultimately decide in not writing you a ticket.
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