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re: When a cop stops you, do you stay in your car or go to cop's car?

Do what they tell you. More often than not, the officer will ask that you exit your vehicle and walk to theirs (helps some diagnose if they think you're intoxicated), especially during night stops.

Oh, and if you have a CHP and are actively carrying, the first words out of your mouth should be, "Officer, there is a concealed firearm in the vehicle, here is my permit".
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la_birdman
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re: When a cop stops you, do you stay in your car or go to cop's car?
Always heard to stay in your car unless instructed otherwise.





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Na Mean
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re: When a cop stops you, do you stay in your car or go to cop's car?
my reaction depends on if i'm riding dirty or not


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deltaland
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re: When a cop stops you, do you stay in your car or go to cop's car?
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Saying the officer asked you to approach him reminded me of this video. It's graphic... you've been warned.


Damn. Didn't expect the driver in the video to be the one that won the gunfight. Dude was obviously out of his mind and suffering PTSD.

Cop couldn't shoot very well not being able to hit him in the wide open


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