Exactly what is it that catches the attention of the police? Put yourself in an officer’s shoes for just a moment. Beyond issuing speeding tickets to meet their monthly quota, a police officer is looking for anything that could compromise the safety of themselves and, more importantly, other drivers on the road. Of course, the issue with this line of thinking is that there’s a great deal of ambiguity when it comes to determining what “could” put people’s safety at risk.
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Are the giant flame decals on the side of your bright red sports car inherently dangerous? No, but they’re likely to draw an officer’s attention. What you drive affects your chances of getting pulled over, but how you drive and what you do while driving also play a big part. Rocky Mountain Radar, your source for passive radar jammers for sale, bring you some of the top reasons that drivers get an unexpected — and unwelcome — surprise on the road.
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Illegal Cell Phone and Mobile Device Usage
Everyone knows that they shouldn’t use their smartphone at the wheel, but we do it anyway. Why? That’s because it’s too inconvenient not to use it. Our smartphone is our GPS system, music player, and mode of communication with our friends and family.
Using your cell phone at the wheel greatly increases the chances of getting in an accident due to distracted driving, but it also puts you at significant risk of getting pulled over — rightfully so. Don’t drive distracted.
If your windows are so tinted that you can barely see out of them, let alone have others see inside your vehicle, then you’re bound to get pulled over or receive a ticket for illegal modifications on top of a speeding ticket. In many states, overly loud, flashy or distracting modifications may be grounds for a “secondary violation” which doesn’t necessarily justify getting pulled over, but a keen officer will tack on these violations in addition to something else they pulled you over for.
You don’t have to modify your car to get pulled over for the way that it looks. Broken headlight? Expired tags? No front license plate? These might also be secondary violations depending on the state you live in, but you’re sure to get dinged for these.
Tailgating and Improper Lane Changes
We’d also tack on “failure to use your turn signal” as another primary reason that people tend to get pulled over. Following too closely is a form of dangerous driving, as is weaving in and out of traffic or making excessive lane changes. Endangering the drivers around you is not worth saving a couple of minutes, and you’re sure to get pulled over for it.
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Naturally, the number one reason for getting pulled over is speeding, but Rocky Mountain Radar and our signature passive radar jammer, The Judge 2.0, can help you avoid speeding tickets. Contact us today with any questions.