How to Get Out of a Traffic Ticket (3)

Let me repeat my main point, just in case you misunderstood it or thought I was just . You can easily avoid the cops' shoddy traps without ever receiving a ticket. And you don't have to their crap either. All you have to do is remember a few key rules.

NEVER ASK A POLICE OFFICER HOW TO GET OUT OF A TRAFFIC TICKET

Or, if you do, expect to be lied to. Don't believe me? Give it a shot. I'll bet you $10 that the cop advises you to 'just be respectful' and 'don't .' Bullshit. You can 'yes sir' and 'no sir' that prick to death. You'll still get the ticket. Why? Calling a bully 'sir' does remind him that he has power over you. It'll make him happy, . But unless it makes you happy to see him strut up to your window with a ticket in hand, don't ask any questions or be overly polite. All it achieves is . The more you suck up to them, the less they think of you. If you like a pushover, you'll end up getting treated like one.

PRETEND YOU CARE ABOUT HIM ON A HUMAN LEVEL

The thing about bullies is they grew up being either overindulged and , or completely ignored. No one, not even their parents, ever cared about them on a sincere, individual, human level. If you want to throw a police officer , be the first person in their miserable little lives to show over their well-being.

A good little maneuver to try when you get pulled over is to immediately to your passenger side seat. When the cop walks up to the driver side window, wave him over to the passenger side window. Insist that he do so immediately, saying, "I don't want you to stand so close to traffic. If some idiot and hits you, it will be my fault. I couldn't live with that on my conscience."

Try your best to sound worried and . As the cop obediently walks around your car, you will notice his shoulders slump, his head bow, and a half smile will appear on his face. Someone is actually worried about him? Wow, that's never happened to him before. Now, , how fast you were going is the last thing on his mind.