You’re driving off to a client meeting in a frenzy, when all of the sudden, it happens: you see the dreaded flashing red and blue in the rearview mirror. Cursing yourself for speeding and not buying the best radar detector on the market from Rocky Mountain Radar, you naturally succumb to the law and safely pull over on the side of the road. Scrambling for your license and registration, you realize that it’s been quite some time since you’ve been pulled over — not a bad thing, to say the least — but you’re not exactly sure what to do in this situation.
Use Our Police Radar Scrambler To Avoid Getting Pulled Over In The Future
Coming from Rocky Mountain Radar, our main advice isn’t very helpful in such a situation. That’s because our main advice is simply not to get pulled over in the first place. That’s no easy guarantee, but using a police radar scrambler can help. Thanks to The Judge 2.0, you’ll have no issues getting pulled over thanks to the fact that cops won’t be able to track your speed. Plus, you’ll be aware of their presence well before they notice you.
We mentioned it before, but we’re so confident about our radar scramblers that we’ll pay for your speeding ticket should you receive one while using a fully functional radar from us. We’re serious! After all, those who purchased a product like The Judge 2.0 didn’t do so just to get pulled over yet again and receive a speeding ticket — in that case, their hard-earned money is totally wasted.
Should you happen to get pulled over for any reason, speeding or otherwise, here’s a brief guide on what you should do.
Acknowledge That You’re Being Pulled Over
First and foremost, do actually pull over — never try to evade the law for any reason whatsoever. This isn’t Need For Speed. After confirming that you’re the one being pulled over, you can acknowledge this by immediately turning on your vehicle’s hazard lights. This is especially important if you have to travel a mile or two to find a reasonable, safe, and well-lit area to pull over. Consider the safety of your vehicle, the officer, and traffic.
Remain In Your Vehicle
Do not get out of your car for any reason whatsoever. You should remain buckled and seated, as getting out of the car once you’re pulled over will give the LEO the impression that you’ve got something to hide, you’re guilty of committing a crime, or that you’re outright trying to escape on foot. Simply stay inside your car once you’re safely stopped.
Contrary to what many people seem to believe, every cop on the road is not out to ruin your life. Ideally, law enforcement officials are concerned about your safety, and that’s likely the basis of why you’ve been stopped. Though it’s perfectly natural for a rush of adrenaline to shoot through your body, try your best to take a few deep breaths and rationalize the situation. Unless you’re driving under the influence or you’re transporting illegal drugs, you probably don’t have anything to worry about other than the possibility of facing a speeding ticket or another minor traffic violation. Life will go on, we assure you.
Prove That You’re Not A Threat
The cop in question is pulling over someone that they don’t know, so you have to understand that they’re always going to be a little on edge about their personal safety. From their perspective, it’s impossible to know how the driver being pulled over is going to react or act in this situation. Make their lives easier by turning off your engine once you’re stopped, rolling down your window, and turning on your dome lights if it’s dark outside. If you happen to be legally carrying a gun, let them know by telling them. Additionally, keep your hands comfortably rested on your steering wheel so the officer can see where they are at all times.
Clearly identifying yourself and showing them that you are not a threat is not only greatly appreciated, but a good way to initially interact with the officer.
Be Respectful And Compliant
Being rude to an officer is just going to make your life more difficult, and ensure that you’ll actually be receiving a ticket. Don’t do this. Treat the officer with the respect that they deserve — you may be surprised at how far politeness will actually get you in this situation. If you don’t plan on fighting a potential ticket in court, just be polite and honest when answering any questions. If you do plan on fighting the ticket, keep your answers short and don’t admit any fault, but still be polite and respectful. Arguing will get you nowhere on the side of the road; save your case for the judge.
If You Received A Citation, Sign It
Should you receive a citation, sign it. This is not admission of guilt or wrongdoing, but rather, acknowledgment that you received the citation. Failing to do so will cause trouble.
Pull Away Safely
When everything is said and done, make sure that you’ve collected yourself and that you’re actually ready to safely hit the road. Don’t forget to use your turn signal to merge back onto the road!
Avoid Speed Tickets With Our Police Radar Scramblers
At Rocky Mountain Radar, we don’t condone dangerous driving, but we do think that ticketing purely for revenue generation is unjust. Steer clear of being unfairly nickeled and dimed with the best police radar scrambler, The Judge 2.0.
I have just purchased your JUDGE 2. I assume when it gives me an audiable noise(a short message & signal with a number). My older model just kept sounding off. Is this normal?
Can the police w/ radar penetrate the judge at close range? As I read I have to assume there in no way if I have everything turned on?
Please clarify the three above questions for me….
Thank you for your service,
1. To answer the first question I need to know if you are using two of our units in the same vehicle at the same time?
2. Yes they can penetrate the scrambler on The Judge 2.0. Due to the legality of the scrambler it is only effective outside of a punch through zone which varies depending on vehicle size but is approximately 200-150 feet once inside this range they can detect your speed.
3. See answer 2.