, May 08, 2006
(view all comments by Gregg)
I think this is a great book that you'll enjoy. Eagen writes in a funny "in your face" style and tells you many things that you are doing wrong when you drive (or speed) and don't know you're doing it. It's a shame that many police officers don't like his book (but probably haven't read it), so I can understand their feelings. But he's not a traitor, he's just telling the truth from his perspective. He gives good practical advice on when to speed and it's different from wreckless speeding - he's very opposed to that. He also tells you how to "behave" when pulled over so you'll have the highest chance of being let off with a warning. I don't care who you are, what sex, what race, etc., he will use sarcasm to insult us all, but in the end will help you.