5 Cunning Phrases That Will Put The Traffic Police Inspector In His Place (And 1 Myth)

1. I suggest switching to “you”

The appeal to “you”, from the point of view of psychology, places the interlocutor in an unequal position. By addressing young drivers in this way, the traffic cop tries to manipulate and intimidate.

What must we do: You should politely ask the inspector to change to “you”.

If you believe that the traffic police inspector has gone beyond the scope of jurisdiction, please contact the Ministry of the Interior hotline at the toll-free number: 8-800-222-74-47. Tell the operator the time, place and other circumstances of the incident. The traffic police successfully combat unfair practices by inspectors.

2. I’m recording the conversation on video

No one has the right to prohibit a citizen from filming videos. However, you should use this expression with 100% certainty that you are right. No traffic police officer will dare to take illegal actions under the weapon of a camera.

Keep in mind: there is no need to abuse this method, and even more so to insult a law enforcement officer “for video”.

3. I want to google this article

Few people know the Code of Administrative Offenses and the latest version of the SDA by heart. And if you want to verify the veracity of the inspector’s words with the help of the Internet, then there is nothing wrong with that. This is how you make it clear that you cannot cheat.

  • In Russia, criminal liability has been introduced for particularly persistent traffic offenders.
  • “Driving” can also be read on Viber.

Two more magic phrases – on the next page

Source: Z R


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