If your car is stopped by a traffic police officer, it is not worth jumping from the driving seat and running towards him. Fussiness will show the guard of order that you are not sure of yourself, which means you have something to fine for. He will start checking the paperwork carefully, ask to open the trunk (although he has no right to do so without a search authorization), will check engine numbers – whether the car is stolen, etc. Chances are he nothing illegal will not be found, but verification will take a huge amount of time. You will be late to work, to the airport, etc. Therefore, when you are asked to push to the curb, do it, and wait quietly in the car for a traffic police officer to come up to you and introduce yourself. Transfer documents for verification through an open window.
In conversation with a traffic police officer and don’t get annoyed. Speak in an even confident voice. Very often, if the wardens of order see that you are not nervous, they realise that they will have to prove your offence for a long time. Which most likely wasn’t there. Such drivers traffic police officers prefer to release after checking the rights, and to catch more nervous and cowardly, on which you can hang any province.
Know your rights. Remember that a traffic police officer does not have the right to search your trunk, mess, or personal belongings – bags in the cabin, etc. He can only ask you to present something, such as a first aid kit, forcing you to open the trunk thus. But there’s cunning here too. Tell me that when you left the garage, the first aid kit in the trunk was, you personally checked. So let the guard prove her absence, you’re sure she’s in the car. Usually, if a traffic police officer sees that you know your rights, he will stop molesting requests, let you go and catch more conspiratorial drivers.
Learn the actual rules of the road. Very often police officers catch drivers on the fact that they are not aware of new rules. Don’t allow it. Every year, study the amendments to the main collection, and better carry the rules with you to prove your right to the inspector not on your fingers, but with the help of a regulatory document.