DMV.us.org will outline things people commonly do when they are given a complaint, and afterward, that make things more serious.
San Diego, CA (PRWEB) December 05, 2013
DMV.us.org is starting a new program that will educate people about what not to do if they don't want a traffic complaint to become more serious than it has to be, the company said yesterday.
“What many people don't realize is that when an officer is about to write up a traffic complaint, there are things you could do that would make it much more costly and serious,” a DMV.us.org spokesman said. “What we want to do is teach people how to minimize the chances of a complaint having a negative impact on their lives.”
DMV.us.org will outline things people commonly do when they are given a complaint, and afterward, that make things more serious, he said. Then they will show people what that person could have done better.
“It's sort of amazing to us, but there are still people out there who think that handing a cop a $50 bill will get them out of a complaint,” he said. “The truth is that's just going to get you an additional complaint of trying to bribe a police officer.”
DMV.us.org worked with former law enforcement personnel to create the guide, he said.
“This will have some of the best information possible on how to minimize traffic complaints,” he said. “We think our customers will be glad to use it.”
The complaint guide will be published on the members' area of their website, he said.
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