Author Topic: Federal court rules that stiff driving posture is suspicious behavior  (Read 361 times)

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Offline musiclady

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Isn't that the way you're supposed to sit when you take your driver's test??

And don't most people taking it also have acne??


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Perhaps it's a new part of the driving test? How to deal with a police stop?

Nah - too useful.
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Isn't that the way you're supposed to sit when you take your driver's test??



Maybe that's the logic.

"Hey Joe, doesn't that guy seem unusually unsuspicious? He's obviously up to something."
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These three reasons have been ruled (in court) as an excuse to pull someone over:

driving faster than the speed limit

driving slower than the speed limit

and driving exactly at the speed limit


Pretty much covers it all huh? :beer:
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