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Demeaning to who? The short person who can now see over the dashboard? I'm short. I have to pick my cars based on seat/pedal/steering wheel placement because even adjustable vehicles don't always adjust enough. I've never needed a booster but I've certainly thought about it when a car I liked just didn't work out.

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At what point did your stupidity read "arrested"? So "fuck the police" for doing his job making sure a kid wasn't driving a vehicle? How about fuck idiots like yourself.

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Yes, a possible definition for arrest is to stop. However, once it has been conjugated to arrested, it only means to stop when it specifically refers to one's or something's motion.

That's illegal. They can't pull you over unless the see you committing a crime, otherwise that's profiling. It would be the same as pulling you over for being black, and it's a violation of your 4th amendment rights.

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It's not illegal to be pulled over for being unable to see over the steering wheel. He could've also just saved OP's life. sitting too low and/or close to the steering wheel can lead to, at the very least, a broken nose and facial bones, or, at the very worst, death in the event of an accident and air bag deployment. Also, if OP can't see over the wheel she can't properly see what's front of and around her. Additionally, if OP is barely able to reach the pedals she may not be able to apply enough force to the brake pedal in an emergency. There are several companies that make devices for cars that allow both disabled and short individuals to be able to safety drive. At the very least OP should get a booster seat and some pedal extensions/blocks. They're cheap and will help her to be a safer driver.

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He thought OP was driving underage. In other words, illegally. That's a perfect legitimate reason to be pulled over. That's not "profiling". The LEO is in the right here.

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Not true in the state of Maine they can pull you over for suspension of anything(most the time operating under influence) they just can't arrest you entail they have evidence

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