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Driver Sounds Off on Cop Author: Dosis Von Lustig Author: Videos


This video of a truck driver who gets pulled over by a cop he claims was speeding gets really interesting halfway through.

Here's what happened: The truck driver gets pulled over by the cop who claims he used his horn improperly. The truck driver claimed he was using his horn beacause the police driver was allegedly driving faster than him on wet roads and on a cell phone. When the driver tells the cop this, the cop then allegedly says he wasn't aware that he was speeding and that police officers are allowed to use technology (aka his cell phone) his cell phone while driving.

To be fair, the cop is pretty nice all the way through. And the driver is also just being a concerned citizen by honking at a police officer that he believes is speeding while on a wet road (it had recently rained). The driver said because the cop was allegedly speeding and on his cell phone his honking is not improper use.

The cop ends up not writing him a tickets or other violation, and even though he knows he's being filmed the entire time (the truck driver told the cop), he still manages to be nice. Watch the video and let us know what you think of their interaction. Was the driver right to do what he did? Or was the cop?

 

Driver Sounds Off on Cop

This video of a truck driver who gets pulled over by a cop he claims was speeding gets really interesting halfway through.

Here’s what happened: The truck driver gets pulled over by the cop who claims he used his horn improperly. The truck driver claimed he was using his horn beacause the police driver was allegedly driving faster than him on wet roads and on a cell phone. When the driver tells the cop this, the cop then allegedly says he wasn’t aware that he was speeding and that police officers are allowed to use technology (aka his cell phone) his cell phone while driving.

To be fair, the cop is pretty nice all the way through. And the driver is also just being a concerned citizen by honking at a police officer that he believes is speeding while on a wet road (it had recently rained). The driver said because the cop was allegedly speeding and on his cell phone his honking is not improper use.

The cop ends up not writing him a tickets or other violation, and even though he knows he’s being filmed the entire time (the truck driver told the cop), he still manages to be nice. Watch the video and let us know what you think of their interaction. Was the driver right to do what he did? Or was the cop?

 

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