This past Saturday my wife and I encountered a license check. As I approached the next officer with drivers license in hand, he asked for proof of insurance. Before I had the chance to say, "Georgia Law states that I do not have to carry proof of insurance anymore" he told me to pull over to the side of the road to keep from holding up traffic. He then moved on to the next car. Let me add that he kept my drivers license. As my wife was looking for her insurance card in the glove box (we were in her car) I kept trying to get the officers attention to inform him that my wife did not have to have her insurance card. About that time she found it. Another officer came over and ask me what was going on and I explained everything to him and he apoligized to me and said that he did not know why that officer told me to look for our insurance card. I told him someone needed to update him on the law. He went and retrieved my DL from the other officer and let us go. I wasn't packing that day. I can only imagine what this officer would have done had he found out that I had a gun in the car.