If you just want the information (especially since he's not offering legal advice) it's probably simpler to just go to this link to the ACLU and get their wallet card that covers the basics; such as:
IF YOU'RE STOPPED IN YOUR CAR
1. Upon request, show them your driver's license, registration, and proof of insurance. In certain cases, your car can be searched without a warrant as long as the police have probable cause. To protect yourself later, you should make it clear that you do not consent to a search. It is not lawful for police to arrest you simply for refusing to consent to a search.
I can't tell you how many times I've heard a sob story involving someone consenting to a search when they just knew their vehicle was clean. The answer should always be "I'm sorry, but I do not consent to a search".
If you want to go beyond "police encounters 101" then you might want to check out the video at Flex Your Rights called Busted. I haven't seen it myself, but the blurb on the website sounds interesting.