Whenever I get pulled over for speeding I do the following:
1. put down both windows.
2. Put both hands on steering wheel.
3. Look at the officer in the eyes and wait for instructions.
4.Before I start looking for wallet/drivers lic/registration, I verbally ask for permission to look for said items.
5. I ask why was I pulled over, and accept culpability w/o BS.
6. Address to the officer as: officer/deputy/trooper, depending on jurisdiction. If I see stripes or bars, I'll address them as Corporal, Sgt or Lt (yes I have been pulled over by Lt's... twice!).
7. After they let me go I wish them a safe day and a "be careful out there", and I mean it.
I have been pulled over 20+ times. Only four written warnings and no tickets.
My question is are LEO's more likely to be "nice" to civilians (non cops) that are courteous and respectful and NOT give them a bunch of bs for speeding, rolling stop sign or in my case once running through a red light? (red light thing only happened once and I've NEVER done it again)