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What do I do if I am being stopped at night?
Being stopped at night, particularly along a dark stretch of road, can heighten the tension for both a motorist and an officer alike. Officers do not object to drivers proceeding to the nearest well–lit area. Simply acknowledge the officer by turning on your four–way hazard flashers and driving at a reduced speed to the nearest well-lit place.

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1. How do I get a Radar Trailer in my neighborhood?
2. How do I report a traffic issue?
3. How do I request traffic enforcement?
4. What do I do when I am involved in a traffic accident?
5. What do I do when I'm being pulled over by an officer?
6. What do I do if I am being pulled over by an unmarked police car?
7. What do I do if I am being stopped at night?
8. What do I do if I disagree with an officer and/or a citation?
9. What do I do if the officer asks me to step out of my car?

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