Amanda

By Amanda

LifeBuzz Staff

A Cop Revealed The Sneaky Trick For Getting Out Of A Ticket… I’m Trying This.

There are two little words that can strike fear into the hearts of every American, no matter what your background or where your worries lie. These two words can immediately trigger nausea, cold sweats, financial anxiety and an involuntary reaction to rationalize the reason for their existence, your brain searching for any reason to get them out of your life.

Those two words? Speeding ticket.

We've all gotten one, they're all because of dumb mistakes, and they're all the legal equivalent of setting your money on fire. Since getting speeding tickets is such a shared, negative experience, you might like to hear how to get out of one -- told by an actual police officer responsible for issuing thousands of them. If you've ever wondered just how to avoid the two most dreaded words in the English language, look no further: We've got the insider scoop for you below.

Anyone knows that when you get a speeding ticket, this is what it feels like.

There's no feeling quite like the one that happens to your body when you see those flashing lights, glance down at your speedometer and realize it's all over.

Anyone knows that when you get a speeding ticket, this is what it feels like.

Tickets wouldn't be so bad if they weren't so damn expensive.

You can apologize all you want, but once the police officer takes out his little ticket pad, you're just going to have to fork it over.

Tickets wouldn't be so bad if they weren't so damn expensive.

But one police officer has just offered some insight on how to avoid a ticket.

Officer Mike Brocks has issued an estimated 40,000 tickets in his career, so odds are he knows a thing or two about what the police are looking for.

But one police officer has just offered some insight on how to avoid a ticket.

The first thing you might want to do is so obvious, it hurts.

If you don't want to get caught speeding, he says, the best thing to do would be...wait for it....

DON'T SPEED.

The first thing you might want to do is so obvious, it hurts.

It seems simple enough, right?

If you are just too committed to breaking the rules, though, it turns out there's a way to probably avoid getting a ticket.

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