DUI tricks and tips can help reduce your risks of getting a DUI. Let’s face it. A DUI is serious business. You should never drive drunk. But even if you aren’t drunk and have had only a small amount to drink, you are still in danger of getting a DUI. There are some DUI tricks that you should know which can help reduce the chance of getting arrested and convicted of a DUI.
Search Your Car
We’ve all seen those cop shows on TV where the cops stop some guy and begin to question him. The guy clearly doesn’t know anything about his rights. He seems to be convinced that if he just helps the cops find evidence to convict him, then they will let him go. I know it makes no sense. The cops finally ask the guy if they can look in his car. The guy agrees. This is always the puzzling part, since the guy knows he has something in his car that he doesn’t want them to find. Sure enough, the open up the trunk and there’s a dead body in it. Imagine that.
Therefore one DUI trick is to search your car thoroughly, before you ever leave your house. After all, if you get into some trouble, that’s what the cops are going to do. You don’t want to get pulled over and have the cops find something in your car which incriminated you. For example, if they pull you over for a red light violation, you don’t want them to notice something in your backseat or the back of your truck which will get him starting an investigation for a DUI, for example. Start with obvious. Look at what’s in plain view. If a cop shine shines his flashlight in your car, what will he see?
You probably need to get rid of those empty beer cans in the back of your truck, leftover from that fishing trip. Or how about that stuff in your ash tray? What about that flask in your golf bag? Look in your glove box, all compartments, under your seats, under the floor mats, and in your trunk. Make sure that anything that could in anyway incriminate you is taken out of the vehicle. Sometimes DUI tricks can be the difference between going to jail, and going home to sleep in your own bed.