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WHAT IF AN OFFICER PULLS ME OVER AND WANTS TO SEARCH MY CAR?

You should always decline to allow officers to search your car. If an officer is asking to search your car, even if you don't have anything in your car, or you think you don't have anything in your car, it's a huge inconvenience. The officer can really tear your car apart if you consent to a search and not fix it. There have been cases where officers have planted things inside of cars or in homes during searches, so I always decline, and I think people should always say no. 

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