By Lawrence Black
This article will teach you what to do once you've been pulled over. I can't begin to tell you how valuable your time is here because you only have a few seconds to carry out your mission.
Yes, your mission. Your mission is a simple one.
These two should be the only thing on your mind.
Forget about the fact that you're now late for work, or late to school, or that your wife is going to chew you out. You can deal with all those things once you're done.
Now, you have a potential financial crisis that you have to avoid. The clock is ticking, so there is no time to waste.
Here's some traffic stop advice to keep in mind:
Anyone with a gun is an intimidating figure to say the least. A police officer is no exception and has perfected the art of intimidation. He will use his authority and status to shake you up a bit.
They are trained to be stern, aggressive, and commanding. This accomplishes the act of keeping you at bay and the officer in control.
Here are some common intimidation tactics the officer may use:
If you can manage not to be influenced by the officer's intimidating demeanor, your mind will be in a better position to thwart his efforts in trying to give him a reason to write the ticket.
One way to accomplish this is to be prepared. Accept the fact that the officer will use hard-lined procedures during the traffic stop. Like a child who is about to be spanked, just brace yourself and expect the worst.
It won't have the same effect when you are ready for it.
By far, an officer's favorite way to use intimidation is through eye contact. A glaring and intense stare is a powerful tool that can render a person submissive. Never try to compete with the officer by getting in a staring match. You will lose!
One way to offset the officer's stares is to focus in-between his eyes right above the bridge of the nose. This creates the illusion that you are staring into his mind - right past his eyes. This will have tremendous effect and make him ease off a little bit, which brings me to my next point.
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