Why are there two police vehicles on every stop?
It might seem that there are two police vehicles on every traffic stop but that is not the case. Most of the time when you see two police vehicles on a traffic stop someone in the vehicle has a warrant, the driver is intoxicated, or the officer saw something and wants to investigate further. The second vehicle is there for officer safety.

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1. Can I speed to pass another vehicle?
2. Why are there two police vehicles on every stop?
3. Is it true when an emergency vehicle is on the side of the road with its emergency lights on, I have to slow down or moved over a lane?
4. Can I back into a diagonal parking spot?
5. How loud is too loud if I play music in my vehicle?
6. If there are no vehicles coming in any direction, do I have to come to a complete stop at a Stop Sign?
7. When will the Boulder City Police Department host another Citizens Academy?