You can avoid being felt-up or scanned (for now) if you avoid flying, but that doesn't mean you're not subject to similarly random – and just as intimidating – random stops out on the road.
As the holidays approach, your local police will likely be stepping up the use of "sobriety checkpoints" – and random stops/ID checks/interrogations under other names, too.
You've probably not done anything wrong, or even given reason to suspect you might have – but that doesn't mean they can't stop you, force you to identify yourself, produce your "papers" – or try to interrogate you as to where you're going and whatever else they feel like knowing about.
The Supreme Court has ruled they can do all that. But – for now – that is all they can legally do to you. A few tattered shreds of your former right to be free from unreasonable searches still remain. You should know where the line is – what they can force you to do vs. what you don't (yet) have to submit to:
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