In many jurisdictions, law enforcement officers while performing traffic patrols, watch for the most obvious things.
They are looking closely at speeding, rolling a stop sign, lane change violations, or burned-out headlight or taillight.
All of these things are controlled by the driver of the car.
Once a week, I check to make sure that my headlights and taillights are working. I also check to see if my turn signals and the lights over my license plate, are working.
Maintain your car in proper operating condition. Also, be sure that a current copy of your registration and insurance card, are in the car with you.
Taking proper precautions by making sure that your car doesn't stand out to law-enforcement officers, is a good way to reduce the chances of you being stopped.
This information is provided to you by the Alpharetta, Georgia traffic ticket defense attorney Scott Miller.
If you have traffic related issues, or other criminal related issues, you may call attorney Scott Miller at 770-408-1001 for a free consultation.
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