New Book from the Police: A Review of 600 Traffic Excuses and how to Avoid Tickets

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A new publication from Amazon Books chronicles the humorous and factual findings after a team of police officers privately evaluated 600 common explanations for speeding and drunken driving. The Speeder’s Bible is an exclusive inside look at how the police make the decision to arrest (or not) after weighing a driver’s excuses and justifications at traffic stops and accident scenes.

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Amazon Books announces a powerful new volume that provides an inside look at police discretion and their decision making process related to traffic tickets. This high-energy manual is the only factual and humorous Driver's Survival Guide for those who push the limits of the law. No Quota! is the Speeder’s Bible, a thrifty operator’s manual that chronicles an inside look of the mental processes of traffic officers as they evaluate actual justifications, smoke screens and excuses made after neglectful driving and other traffic mistakes. This book is the only publication of its kind -- written by cops who share from the gut without restraint.

Amazon just posted this 200 page handbook, which includes both the bizarre and best excuses from North America. The book offers a side by side comparison of what driver’s said to the police followed by the strong and stunning interpretation by the cops who processed the excuse. This exclusive instruction manual provides the reader with good advice, strong warnings, and some cost effective suggestions on negotiating when confronted with blue lights, lots of leather, and a dash of ego.

Written by Marcus Mann, a retired Police Operations Chief, The Speeder's Bible starts by eliminating any questions regarding “police profiling” stating, the police do profile and will continue to do so. After describing details of exactly how the police profile driver and vehicle, Mann takes off the gloves to deliver puncture wounds to both arrogant drivers and aloof officers. He articulates clear guidance supported by hilarious illustrations - the dos and don’ts - for the speed demon, tipsy drivers, and those - young and old - who insist on pushing the limits of the law.

This riotous and sometimes cynical handbook includes spontaneous statements from the innocent, ignorant, the egocentric, and the horribly intoxicated – all rated for use and often avoidance. A helpful editorial comment eliminates any confusion by clearly stating what the officer heard as he processed seemingly innocent comments and assertions by the driver. Readers will be shocked and entertained by the candor in this book and in what truly tips the police officer toward an arrest over a verbal warning.

While The Speeder’s Bible shares surprising and entertaining secrets, it also delivers an unmistakable and serious message related to the dark results of an attitude and mouth out of control. The book also does a remarkable job of weaving in the distressing nature of untreated alcoholism, stress and addiction.
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