How to get out of a Speeding Ticket, teaches how to understand the cop mind, what to do when pulled over, how to talk your way out of a ticket, good to use as a speech

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How many of you have ever gotten a speeding ticket? They really suck don't they? You have to pay it, and your insurance goes up, and you may even lose your license. My grandmother is an 80 year old speed demon. This summer I was driving back from my cousin's house with her and she was pulled over for going 95 in a 65. She got away with just a warning. I'm going to teach you how to do that.

Crying is the best way to get sympathy and get off with out a ticket. No one likes to watch a perfect stranger cry. It's uncomfortable and embarrassing. The cop will want to get away from you as fast as possible. It's a nice touch to ask for a tissue or handkerchief. If you can't cry on cue you had better be ready to stretch the truth, or tell a lie.

When most people get pulled over they assume they're automatically in for a speeding ticket. Not true, you're just up against an officer who's locked you in with his radar gun.


Understand your enemy. Cops want what most people want: respect, control, and to be liked. They don't want to be lied to or have their intelligence insulted. Think about the type of person who becomes a cop. Either they're really insecure and need a badge and a gun to feel important, or they have a genuine desire to do good. Either way all cops get a power thrill from their job

You have to do two things

1.treat him with respect

2.let him feel like he's a really good guy doing you a favor

One of four things will happen after being pulled over'll get a speeding ticket...