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How to Beat a Speeding Ticket Nowadays, most people regard a speeding ticket with annoyance, not fear. Chances are there was a good reason you were speeding; an important meeting about to start, a family emergency, and so on. The last thing you want is to get pulled over and waste even more precious time. The best way to avoid this is to obviously not break the speed limit. But life isn’t perfect like that. There are blue lights flashing in your mirror. You’re being told to pull over by the cop behind you. The possible outcomes right now are a ticket, a fine, or a really long legal process. Your patience is about to be tested. What do you do next?
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There is always a loophole in the system, no matter how perfect it seems to be. In this situation, the loophole is human error. You’re actually dealing with human beings here. Behind the badge and the dark sunglasses, these guys have hearts and minds that can be appealed to. Give it a try; the results will amaze you.
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DON’T DO THIS Don’t be clever. Even if you’re already running late for all your appointments, do not challenge the officer who pulled you over. When it comes down it, he’s still the one with legal authority, and you’re still the average citizen who got caught speeding. Don’t cuss at him or call him names, unless you want to end up in more trouble than the situation is worth. And remember; he’s got a gun. Don’t admit you’re guilty. You can say whatever you feel you need to say to keep things smooth between you and the officer, but you cannot admit you’re guilty. Remember how cops are always saying ‘your words can and will be used against you,’ in movies and TV shows? The statement is not an exaggeration. Either fervently plead ‘not guilty’, or don’t speak at all. Don’t project that you know better.Don’t be arrogant. You don’t – you just don’t. Whoever you’re dealing with has years of experience against you. Even if it’s a rookie officer, he still had to pass a few dozen exams to earn his badge. Again, don’t get cocky and act like you know better. You’ll be pleased to find out how quickly the situation will progress if you answer his questions with a simple ‘yes officer,’ or ‘no sir.’ WHAT YOU SHOULD DO Be passive. Make it obvious that you are one hundred percent willing to cooperate. Dealing with a passive, more cooperative person is sure to lower their defenses. It’s a breath of fresh air for them every time they encounter someone willing to cooperate. The happier the cop, the likelier they are to let this situation slide. Be polite. You may ask questions about the situation. If you would like to see the radar gun, ask to see the radar gun. Don’t push it if he’d rather not show you. You can ask when was the last time the radar was calibrated, or where was he when he clocked your speed. What’s important is that you ask all these questions politely. Remember, the goal here is to get Mr. Cop to like you. I still firmly believe that the best way to beat a speeding ticket is to not overspeed (or get caught overspeeding). However, life just doesn’t function that way. Just remember to keep your wits about, remember all the tips we gave, and you should beat that speeding ticket in no time.