Radar Avoidance

Efraim Gavrilovich egav at wireless2000.com
Thu Aug 23 18:27:04 EDT 2001

I have this book. The title is: "A speeder's guide to avoiding ticket's" by
Sgt. James Eagan. Interesting book, but unfortunately it doesn't help me. I
can't lie, cry on demand or dress as a nun, so I sit quietly when stopped,
don't argue or beg for forgiveness. I just get my ticket and say "thank you"
to the officer.
Efraim Gavrilovich
1988 5KTQ 332,000km (206K mi) 1.8 Bar
1990 90 108,000km (62 Kmi)
Vancouver, Canada

----- Original Message -----
From: "scott miller" <macatawa at hotmail.com>
To: <quattro at audifans.com>
Sent: Thursday, August 23, 2001 3:38 PM
Subject: Radar Avoidance

> I once read a book on avoiding tickets, by a retired NY patrolman.  He
> explained that cops usually have a few choices of cars to pull over, and
> will choose a car based on appearance.  He gave many examples and
> suggestions, like the saleslady who dressed as a nun, and avoided tickets
> for years.  I've been nailed at 20+ over, had the cop aggressively
> decelerate inches from my bumper, pause, and pass me to get someone else.
> That was in a "damn furrin' car" in Detroit.  The back of my car
> military plates, Wings of Mercy Pilot bracket, small military stickers in
> the window, a Michigan State Police hat (real embroidered wool, only
> available at their acadamy), Michigan State Police Airborne Enforcement
> on a clean, boxy, synchro wagon.  No FOP stickers, that doesn't really
>   Anything they can associate with helps: paramedic, fireman, etc.
> He described various tactics and explained the mentality of cops (regular
> guys with slightly bigger egos).  A little research has paid heavily for
> over the years.
> Scott Miller
> '90 200tqw
> Holland, MI
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