While in Arizona, we ended up having problems with our van and got a great deal on this Yukon XL because no one really wants a gas guzzler right now... except for us. Anyway, my family and I have had a running joke about how this car kinda looks like a drug dealer car. I mean, whoever had this before us totally pimped it out. It has super dark windows and they even took of the GMC/Yukon XL logos. It's kind of a scary truck I have to admit. But we love it. Unfortunately, I have found out the hard way that we're not the only ones who think it looks like a drug dealer's car. Apparently most law enforcement officers do too. Have you heard of profiling? Well, apparently there's such a thing as auto profiling. Here's how I found out. The day after we bought this, we got pulled over in Kanab. Apparently the tint is too dark and is illegal. Never knew you could have illegal tint. The worst came last week when I was driving back from my friend Mary Berry's house in Mississippi. I was cruising down the highway, chatting on the phone when all of the sudden I saw blue lights in my mirror. I was kind of afraid to pull over because it was an unmarked sheriff's car. Luckily, I saw another sheriff's car on the right side a little ways up and pulled over in front of him. I explained to the sheriff's deputy that I was nervous to pull over and began chatting with him. We were having a pretty good time talking while he was checking out my license/insurance and asking me a bazillion questions when all of the sudden I realized I had four sheriff's cars behind me and lots of deputies standing behind my truck. Next thing I know, I had a K9 dog with a deputy sniffing around my truck for drugs! The deputy talking to me said my truck fit the profile of a drug dealer and since I bought it in Arizona, they just wanted to make sure! WHAT? Holy Cow! I never in a million years would have guessed that to happen. THEN, he told me the dog got a hit on the truck for drugs and they continued to search through it and had the dog in the back and everything. I told the officer that that was the funniest thing I had seen as I had 4 cars, several officers and a very angry dog surrounding me on the side of the road. Do I look like a drug dealer? I told them I would really love to take a picture of the whole thing for my blog, but he said I couldn't because they were in the middle of trying to catch men selling firearms to children and didn't want them to know where they were. But he did say I had a good story to share with my friends. I'd say. He then told me I was lucky for not being pulled over in Memphis because since the dog smelled drugs, they had the legal right to tear my truck a part. Fortunately, Regan was a sleep in the back seat and they were super nice and let me go telling me to get it checked out further when I got back to Collierville where I live. The K9 unit here in Collierville is on desk duty right now because the officer's shoulder is hurt, so I still don't know where the drugs are but was told to try to find them myself. Yeah, good luck with that one. Haven't quite had the time to look for them yet, but I'll keep you posted. It was crazy!!! This picture is actually after we got the tint on the side/back windows fixed. Moral of this story, when buying a car, if you think it looks like a drug dealer's car... it actually could be. BE WARE!