When the police pull you in for speeding, don´t run away.
The reason is that police often do not have enough time to ask questions, and if they do, they can end up being charged with a felony, according to the National Motorists Association.
The association says police often pull over drivers for minor traffic infractions, like a broken taillight or a busted tire.
In many cases, the officers may even ask for a driver to show their ID, but the driver refuses.
If you have a valid driver license, the officer can tell you what to do next.
If you are a suspect, the police can ask you questions.
If they want to talk to you, they should give you a chance to respond.
There are other situations where police should not be pulling you over.
If the officer is a friend or family member, they have to give you an opportunity to explain why they are pulling you, the association says.
If it is a traffic stop, the only way to stop the officer before they pull you is to physically arrest them.
Sometimes, the cops don´tt want to stop you.
They may pull you from your car, give you $500 to buy a ticket or even call a cab.
But even if you get away with just a ticket, you could still be charged with reckless driving.
For example, if you are stopped by a police officer in a police vehicle, and you refuse to get out of the car, the cop may put you in handcuffs.
That can result in a criminal charge, says the National Association of Police Organizations.
The group recommends that drivers get out their cars, get out in front of the police car and explain why you are being pulled over.
The police officer should then give you the opportunity to make your case.
Don´t be afraid to speak up and say, I can tell my story because I have been pulled over a number of times.
But if you say that, the car officer will not stop you and the car will continue to pull you.
The same goes for a police car that pulls you over for speeding.
It may be that the officer just sees you as a suspect and has no choice but to charge you.
The officer may also tell you to take off your seat belt or to get behind the wheel, but you will not be charged.
If the officer sees that you are not driving a car, they may even give you your ticket.
If that ticket is for a traffic infraction, you will be charged under a law called the “speeding ticket.”
The law makes it a felony to drive a car while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Even if you do not receive a ticket and do not even get pulled over, you still could be arrested.
In some cases, police may ask you to show your license or ID when you are pulled over and then charge you with a misdemeanor, which carries a maximum penalty of a fine of up to $250.
If police pull a driver over, do not hesitate to call 911.
Police may also use your license number to contact you.
If this happens, the number will be removed from your license record and will not work in any future court proceedings.