Glad that it went well.
Wear your seat belt!
This is a discussion on N.C. Highway Patrol within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Went to eat lunch from work the other day and as I was pulling into the cafe a N.C. Highway Patrol Man pulled in behind ...
Went to eat lunch from work the other day and as I was pulling into the cafe a N.C. Highway Patrol Man pulled in behind me and turned on his blue light. As he approached I had already gotten my liscense out and as he asked me to sit still while he ran my I.D. I told him that I had something else for him and handed him my CCW. He asked if I had it on me and I replied with Yes , Right Front Pocket, he then handed me my CCW , never said another word and returned to his car.After about 5 minutes he returned handed me my Liscence and a seat belt ticket , asked me to please start wearing it and said have a nice day and left.He acted like it never even phased him that i was concealed carrying.O Well not so bad i guess only $126.50 that I had to pay for being stubborn and not wearing my seat belt.
Well You Boys Gonna Pull Them Pistols, Or Whistle Dixie.
Glad that it went well.
Wear your seat belt!
One of the most dangerous political philosophies afflicting America today is the belief that we canít allow anyone to suffer the natural consequences of their own stupidity.
Glad all went well and as we say here in Florida, "Click it or ticket."
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Yea we got to wear our seat belts, But you can ride a Bike Without a helmet :-I
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We wear our seat belt for the same reason we carry a gun, you never know when you are going to need it.
So click it or ticket!
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So a seatbelt lesson. A few days after 9/11 my oldest son was driving w/4 others in the car. The girl in the middle of the backseat wasn't buckled in. Afterall, who can find that particular seatbelt most times, right? My son hit a small oak tree, by 2 different police accounts, at less that 25 MPH. The girl in the back seat came forward like a rocket. Heads connected. She was in a comma for weeks, finally recovered and went on about a normal life. He....never came home. So a family of 4 is now 3. I used to be on & off about using them. I realize now, it might not be just me that I'm protecting.
Sorry for being a bummer but ..... learn and live. I have friends that don't use them, but they do in my vehicles. Everyone buckles up or the truck doesn't move.
What if the Hokey Pokey IS what it's all about?
Click it or pay the tax. I wouldn't expect the cop to care about your gun. He had a higher risk of getting hit by another car during the traffic stop then getting shot..
Wear your seat belt! you're more likely to be killed in an accident than by a BG :p
I bet if you asked him what the fine was gonna be ,he woulda disarmed you first LOL
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I used to sneer at seatbelts, until the day I just happened to be wearing one when I t-boned a car going 45 MPH. I will never forget that moment when the belt yanked me back as I was headed for the windshield (and the airbag didn't deploy because it was a used car and the dealer snatched it before he sold the car) I am a convert now.
"Some men, you just can't reach"
The rough part for the LEO's is that we have seen first hand, many times, the results of not wearing a seat belt.
Happy that everything else went as it should!
You can educate ignorance, you can't fix stupid
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For personal risk management, you're many, many times more likely to have your life saved by a seatbelt than a handgun.
It seems silly to me that someone who carries around a loaded pistol for "safety" won't bother to use a very common, inexpensive, and VERY effective safety device like a seatbelt.
Back as a teenager, I was "stubborn" as well. It cost me a broken hand, a concussion, and three teeth when I went through the windshield of a '66 Ford.
Glad he was ok with the cc! Be sure to stay safe while you're ccing and driving:)
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