Ever have any good/bad stories of stuff you probably shouldn't have done in your car? I was just thinking about the time I got lucky enough to get away with a warning. It wasn't actually my car, but it was my buddies 95 convertible complete with 4 inch exhaust. I worked at an audio/security install shop that had an off site install bay. It was a pain in the ass getting customers cars to/from it but it did leave us with a HUGE ability to get away with murder since our boss never even stopped by the bay in the 2 yrs I worked there.... We had a Camaro scheduled for a large 2 day job only to find out that when we got to the store that he cleaned out a ditch with the car that weekend and had to cancel. Of course we didn't mind we told them that we would be at the bay waiting for them to call with an appointment. After stopping for breakfast(while on the clock) we decided that we would take a trip to our fav head shop. It was an hour north of us but hey, we didn't have anything to do! So we hop in the car and take off. Got too the shop and I bought a 2 stage bong, he bought a pipe. We were going to stop for lunch and then head back. We are just a few blocks from the head shop when I see a cop in my mirror. Well actually all I saw was the roof and lights on top because he was up my ass. I told jeramy that we were getting pulled over and to ditch the shit, so he threw his pipe in the center console. So we get pulled over and the cop comes up and asks for license/registration/insurance. Did I forget to mention that this friend of mine repaired and flipped cars regularly and it wasn't uncommon for his plate to be from the previous car he had and this was the case. Needless to say when he ran the plate, we were not in a 89 911 Porsche.... Oh and he had no insurance on it, hell there wasn't even a manual in the car..... So I pass him my license and about that time my coworker handed his license, and then his concealed weapons permit. This was just as much of a surprise for me as it was the cop as he asked where it was and then told neither of us to move till he took control of it. So then he comes back for the paperwork which I know is not in the car. I explained to him that it was a buddies car he was out of town and said I could borrow it. He said that is fine but the plate comes up invalid and he needed too see something... I told him that he was on the east coast, we could page him but otherwise we were screwed. He went back to the car for a few minutes. It was at this time we were wondering if the salesman would get us out of jail or if we needed to call our boss. We were completely sweating bullits when he came back and said that it was our lucky day as a high priority call came in and he had to leave. He passed my buddies glock back with the slide disassembled and said not to put it together till he was out of site, and that if we get pulled over on the way back home the car would be impounded and us arrested. He then complimented my buddy on how he announced his weapon, and then took off. we went and changed our shorts before driving the speed limit the whole way home.... Anyone got something better/dumber?