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Speed Traps in Nashville, Tennessee

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Thompson Lane near Wingate Avenue   Nashville, Tennessee

Cops sit in the parking lot of Wingate Church of Christ (corner of Thompson and Wingate). They usually work laser at east bound traffic (traffic moving toward Briley Pkwy/I-24)

Feb 14, 2006   Tennessee   0 comments

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State Highway Murfreesboro Pike near McGavock Pike Street   Nashville, Tennessee

Cops sit inside or on either end of the tunnel going underneath the runway working traffic moving either direction, usually with laser. They have been known to tinker with the lighting in the tunnel to make themselves less visible. If the tunnel is dark, that's a dead giveaway. Tunnel runs between Donelson Pike and McGavock Pike, and is next to Dell. Also a very common DUI and seatbelt-nanny checkpoint.

Feb 14, 2006   Tennessee   0 comments

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McGavock Pike Road near along runway   Nashville, Tennessee

Cops work this stretch of McGavock Pike anywhere between Harding Place and Currey Road. Motorists will almost always ignore the posted 35 MPH speed limit because the road and the entire area is absolutely desolate, and it is convenient to the cops since it is only a mile from the police station.

Feb 14, 2006   Tennessee   0 comments

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Interstate 40W near Exit Number 219   Nashville, Tennessee

Metro cop sits in the grass just past the Stewart's Ferry Pike exit, usually running radar from behind the wheel of the cruiser. Due to the terrain, the car is concealed from view by passing motorists until they are past the officer's position (too late!) I've only seen him there mid-day, but it could be worked any time.

Feb 14, 2006   Tennessee   0 comments

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Interstate 40W near Exit Number 221   Nashville, Tennessee

Metro Nashville Cops sit just before the Old Hickory Blvd exit (Exit 221), or underneath the Old Hickory Blvd overpass just past the exit. They enforce speeders and single occupants in the two person minimum per car HOV lane. Beware of this just from a safety standpoint. Cops will pull out into the extremely heavy traffic flow, fight their way 4 lanes over to the left lane to get behind the offender, then shove their way back across 4 lanes of traffic to the right shoulder - very dangerous to everyone on the road! As Nashvillians know, Metro also has a very bad habit of leaving the tail of their patrol cars protruding into a lane of interstate traffic (Metro officers have been killed by traffic because of vehicles running into patrol cars parked like this.) This location is worked almost every morning at some time during AM rush.

Feb 14, 2006   Tennessee   0 comments

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