Also as an instructor I can tell you for sure not everyone has good listening skills nor ability to comprehend information.
I have been in class and witness students ask a question that was answered by myself or other instructors among my group just seconds or minutes prior in exactly the form they ask the question...
Instructor: On Sunday there is no allowable hunting in MA....And it is required that all hunters wear 500 sq. inches of orange, with exception of turkey hunters in season.
~~~Five minutes elapses~~~
Student with raised hand: Are we allowed to hunt on Sunday?
Second student with raised hand: Do we have to wear orange?
Do not assume that the instructor(s) suck or gave mis-information because a single student failed the test or passes only to go out into the world and think wrongly, do wrongly or make statements on his/her own that have things misconstrued and twisted up.
Especially when such items are 'in the book' and most often standardized, per statute, in the way of instruction.
What gets me about this story though is that the LEO tells the driver he is good to go now worrys, only for the driver to respond telling the LEO oh but I was told...blah blah blah. Stupid!
Know when to shut yer mouth and know not to look a gift horse in the mouth. Dude should have stayed quiet and upon release continued to swim down stream, and thank his lucky stars for being given a solid.
This story would have been better if the LEO had turned around and said;
"Well okay then. Since you believed that to be a fact and indicate you now and should have known better, then I will cite you for not having provided me that ID and for not having it on your person...Which means on the spot revocation.
Sign here, please....Have a nice day!"
- Janq by personal choice does and will always inform, regardless of statute
"You got to now when to hold'em. Know when to fold'em. Know when to walk away, and know when to run..." - Kenny Rogers, 'The Gambler'