>>381286>never admit how fast you were going>and an honest answer would also be "i dont know" if asked how fast you were going>because truly nobody knows how fast they were going unless they had their eyes off the road the entire time
Why? They fucking hate it when people play dumb. It just makes it difficult for everyone involved.
I got pulled over for speeding once because I was going down a hill too fast and when the cop got to my car and asked me if I knew why he pulled me over I straight up said, "I was going way too fast down that hill. I just wasn't paying attention to the slope, and I should have been using my breaks more." and because I was so honest with him, admitted my mistake straight forward and didn't try to play stupid he let me off with a warning.
I'm not saying it will work every time, but if you get pulled over for speeding you're probably going to get a ticket regardless, so you might as well just get it over faster by just admitting you fucked up (If you actually did) because if nothing else, it makes the whole process faster, other than just playing 20 questions with a guy just doing this job.
If you did something stupid, and you KNOW you did something stupid, and you get pulled over for it, don't act innocent. It just pisses them off. You'll have a much easier time over all.
Hell, one time I got pulled over because I was super tired coming home from work and was wobbling a bit on the road (I was like 2 minutes from my house) and they thought I was drunk. I was able to explain I wasn't, I was just tired from working late and I said, "I appreciate you checking though, thanks." and they just told me to have a good night and to get home safe. If you're not an indignant asshole to these guys, most of the time they're pretty chill.