Navigating the intricacies of traffic stops in Idaho

When you hear sirens behind you, you might begin to panic. Cpl. Chris Bratt with the Twin Falls County Sheriff’s Office let KMVT ride around with him at night while he performed traffic stops.

The Twin Falls Police Department allowed KMVT the same access during the day.“You got your license registration insurance with ya? Awesome,” said Cpl. Bratt.

“Don’t automatically assume I’m writing you a ticket,” said Sgt. Ryan Howe.

But many still wonder, what are you required to do during a traffic stop? And what will make it all go a little easier?