Got pulled over for doing 70 in a 55. I did it, I admitted it, and would have taken full responsibility for my actions. When Mr. Officer asked me if I knew why he pulled me over I said yessir and where do I sign the ticket? Also told him about my CHL and that I was carrying right up front. Not required in my state, but I prefer to be 100% open and honest so there's no surprises. Was a motorcycle cop in full gear, and this chunk of the country was experiencing one of the few days over 100 degrees we see. Sweat is POURING off him as he's writing the ticket. I tell him I don't hold him doing his job against him, he's more than welcome to hop in the truck with me. I'll fire her back up and we'll both enjoy the AC while he writes me up and calls me in to check on warrants and stuff. He thinks about it for about ten seconds and says OK. I crank up the truck, AC blowing cold, we crack open bottles of water from the case of water I keep in the back seat. I know cops deal with all sorts of people, I would hope they can read people pretty well and have a pretty finely tuned BS detector. I know I'm a good guy, and I think he caught that. Before people jump in and point it out, I'll agree that getting into a vehicle with a complete stranger that you know is carrying a gun is probably a bad idea. Anyway, we BS about cars and guns and trucks. Dispatch took about 15 minutes to get back to him, all clear of course. He tears up the ticket, says slow the hell down, thanks for the cool down and the water, goes back to his bike and rides off. If you count a helmet, yes he was wearing his hat. I was open carrying and it didn't prevent this situation. My lawyer did not get involved and I will be slowing it down. If I ever get a ticket that I DON'T deserve, I'm going to pay it and be happy. For every ticket I get, I get out of two or three, and get away with probably ten thousand things that would have earned me one had anyone who cared been watching.