Ever thought what would be like to be a highway patrol officer? Cruising around in your police car, browsing through heavy traffic and looking for speeding drivers and suspicious motorists? Well, even though it looks like the easy job it is far from it. Each day there are hundreds of million cars roaming the streets of America and thousands of police officers controlling the traffic. So, what makes them pull over certain cars? Today, we will find out. Here are 20 cars that act like cop magnet and will definitely get you pulled over.
As you can already guess, cops don’t like street racing cars, overly customized vehicles or “suspicious” types of cars, so let’s see what you shouldn’t be driving if you want to pass unnoticed.
1. Donk Caprice
One of the recent trends in car culture is the Donk. The Donk vehicles have enormous rims, often exceeding 30 inches in size, modified suspensions, wild paint jobs, and interiors. They are based on classic American cars from the `80s and `90s and represent really crazy imagination of their owners.
Due to their obnoxious appearance, Donk cars are cop magnets since most of the highway patrol officers want to check if the car is legal. In most cases, owners are known to go too far in terms of ride height and modifications.