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After hearing about the tragic death of Philando Castile, a woman came up with a way to save black lives during traffic stops.

Her fear was that what happened to Philando could happen to her own son.

She designed a pouch. The pouch clips on to the air vent in your car. You clip it to the vent closest to the driver’s side window.

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In the pouch you put your driver’s license, insurance and registration. You also include your gun license if you have one.

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That way, when the police officers comes up to your car you are not reaching for anything and your hands stay on the steering wheel.

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It retails for $12.


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