Avoid A DUI So, you want to avoid a DUI. First, picture this: you're driving home after a nice dinner. You had a steak and shared a bottle of wine with someone special. You're looking forward to a great evening. Suddenly, you notice some red lights in your rear view mirror. Your heart starts racing. You're getting pulled over. You pull over to the side of the road. The officer gets out of his car and starts walking towards you. Quick! What do you do? Sorry time is up. That's how quick a DUI can be upon you. You never think about it too much until it happens. Or maybe you do think about it, but you don't take any action. Or maybe you relied on things you heard from friends or in a bar about how to handle a DUI - you know, urban legends. None of that is very useful. You need to think about it now, because you will get pulled over. It's not IF, it's WHEN. You can either be ready for it, or you can pay the price. By 'price' I mean over $10,000 in fines and fees, loss of your license, loss of work time, perhaps some time in jail, stress on your relationship - should I keep going, because there's plenty more. Here are a few things to get you started to help you avoid a DUI. Buy a breathalyzer. Don't just buy a breathalyzer, but buy one for all of your cars, put the breathalyzer in your cars, and use them every time before you drive. They do no good in your drawer at home. You can find a good one online for about $100. This is one of the best ways to avoid a DUI. Know your rights Ever watch the TV show 'Cops'? Ever see the police talking to a guy who you know has something illegal in the car, and he knows he has something illegal in the car, yet when the cops ask him if he minds if the look in his trunk, he tells them 'sure'! Sure enough, the cops open up the trunk and they find a dead body in there, or whatever. The moral of the story is you need to know your rights. In order to avoid a DUI, you must know what you are required to do and what is voluntary. One key way to avoid a DUI is to simply remain silent. Don't chat up the cop and, don't make any confessions. Very politely respond to every question by telling him that your attorney makes you not answer any questions unless he is there. If you want to avoid a DUI, it takes work. Put in the time and effort now. You'll be glad you did later after you avoid a DUI. 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.