Your First DUI If you've never received a first DUI, here are some ideas which can help reduce your risks of getting one. If you've already received your first DUI and want to avoid another one, I'm sure you wish you knew this before you go it. But now you'll be better prepared to avoid another DUI. It's easy to read about ideas, tips, and strategies, however, it's much more difficult to put them in to action. Make sure that you spend the time to actually put these tips into action. Put A Tape Recorder In Your Car Obviously, check with an attorney about the laws in your State before you record anyone. In some States, if you have your recorder in plain view, it's considered consent. In other States, you have to ask permission to record. In any event, if you are able to use your recorder, keep a recorder in your car. Numerous small digital recorders are available online for under $30. Buy the recorder and put it in your car. When you get pulled over, turn on your tape recorder before the officer approaches your car. Do this carefully and don't arouse any suspicion. Your tape recorder could be a valuable piece of evidence if you end up getting arrested. Yes, the police may also record the event. However, those tapes sometimes come up missing or damaged or unintelligible, Your own recording can be priceless to you and your attorney should you get arrested. Make sure you have a driver's rights card in your car A driver's rights card is a card which you hand to the police when a DUI investigation starts. The card notifies the cop of your rights, and tells him additional information, such as you are going to exercise your right to remain silent. I provide a compete copy in my book. The concept is that it helps you deal with the DUI investigation without saying a word. If it's your first DUI investigation, you need all of the help you can get. If you already got your first DUI, I bet you wish you had one. Even though you already got your first DUI, take care of business now so you won't get another DUI. The great thing about these cards is that you don't have to try and remember what to say or do, you just let the card do the speaking for you. It's like having a lawyer in your back pocket. Get a drivers rights card and put it in each of your cars. If the situation ever arises, simply hand it to the officer. So remember, if you want to avoid your first DUI you need to take action. If you already got your first DUI, take these steps to reduce the risks of getting another DUI. Get a tape recorder and get a driver's rights card, and put them in your vehicle today.
Would you know what to do if you got pulled over?
A businessman took some clients wine tasting, hoping to land a big account. While wine tasting, he spit the wine out. He got pulled over. The cop smelled booze, arrested him, and handcuffed him in front of his clients. When they tested him later, he blew.01 - almost stone sober! The guy lost the account and had to fight the DUI. Happens all of the time. If you don’t take steps to protect yourself, you’re toast. Click http://www.duiarresttips.com/ to get your FREE Special Report "10 Simple Steps To Avoid A DUI". I’m only giving it away for a few more days, after which I’m incorporating it into a book I’m publishing. My apologies if you’re ready this and it’s already no longer available.