Can you get pulled over for not stopping at a stop sign that is obstructed by trees?
Yes, you can get pulled over--even if a sign is obstructed. But go back later, park where it is legal and safe to do so, and take pictures. This can help in traffic court. But drivers should be aware of surroundings, should slow before intersections, and you just might notice that hidden stop sign.
You COULD be pulled over for 1, because it is a LIMIT, but usually you won't get pulled over for less than 3 since the radar detector has a margin of error, of +/-1 mph but anything over 5 you most probably will get pulled over. Retired NYPD anything 5 or over you will definitely get pulled over, even possibly a ticket.
Can you be charged with a driving on a suspended when you were pulled over for a cracked windshield?
When you want to pull to lift something the main advantage of passing a rope upward and through a single pulley rather than just up over the branch of a tree is that the pulley?
Just because you're a convicted felon doesn't mean much in a traffic stop. When the Police Officer approaches you, he doesn't know who you are. He ascertains who you are through a combination of your plate, drivers license, and registration. Once he identifies you, he runs your record. Your conviction may appear but unless you're committing a major traffic violation, such as: operating under the influence; driving without a valid license; reckless operation;, etc) you…