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Speed Traps in Waverly, Virginia

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Rt 460 Waverly   Waverly, Virginia

Heading towards Va Beach on Rt 460, speed limit drops rapidly from 55 to 35 for no apparent reason. The town (from my brief recollection of it) consists of one intersection with a stop light and a shop or two. You can see the stop light quite far down the road, nor is there an excess of traffic that would necessitate a reduction to 35 mph (many other towns on this route drop to 45 mph or stay at 55). Anyway, don't have the misfortune of driving through this town with out of state plates, and especially not NY plates, as you will get a ticket. Going less than 50 after seeing the 45 mph speed limit, I was ticketed for 54 in a 35. The officer was nice enough to let me know that "for my convenience, I could pay the fine online and never have to return to this back country town". That was volunteered to me after I made no comments whatsoever about VA or about the town. Thank you town of Waverly for hitting me with a speeding ticket as I was visiting VA trying to promote sales through our local sales rep, which is a VA based small business.

Oct 8, 2013   Virginia   0 comments

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Waverly   Waverly, Virginia

A police lady ticketed me for going 60 in a 45 mph zone. The speed trap is only a few blocks long. You can see the 60 mph sign. It is hard to stop or slow down in such a short distance. I went to the Waverly, VA courthouse. For a town of 750 people, the courthouse was absolutely huge (as large as a school for 2000 students). The clerk had stacks of tickets and expected you to be rude to him for staging the obvious speed trap. I was not rude and found an attorney coming out of the courthouse to represent me. The attorney did not reduce the fee but eliminated the reckless driving charge. I begged the attorney to include the price of the ticket in the $250 attorney fee. He refused and said just fax your credit card information to the courthouse when you get your ticket in the mail. Waverly Courthouse pretended not to get my fax and suspended my driver's license for not paying and charged me an addition $125. I called my attorney and told him this was an unbelievable racket with him included. The attorney laughed said maybe you should travel through another state. This ticket mishap cost over $700.

Jul 2, 2012   Virginia   1 comments

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Leaving Waverly Va. the police get you accellerating.   Waverly, Virginia

Leaving Waverly with a posted speed limit sign of 45mph. The Waverly Va, police officer gave me a ticket for a 35mph zone. I went to Sussex court. The police officer had so many summons, it was Waverly day at the Sussex court house. How can such a small town generate so many tickets. No other town along route 460 comes close in ticket volumes. The Sussex county seems to have no curiously concerning this small town's ticket volumes. My recommendation stay away from Waverly Va. unless it is a life or death situation.

Nov 16, 2011   Virginia   0 comments

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The edge of town (east side) at the cell tower!   Waverly, Virginia

I was going out of town (East) and the speed limit was 35 and I saw the two officers sitting at cell tower as soon as I came around the curve which was at least 1/4 mile or more away. I checked my speed and I was doing 38 with a car in front of me and two beside me and some behind me. After passing the officers the speed goes up to 45. After I passed the 45 speed limit sign I began to accelerate to a speed of 46. One of the officers passed a couple cars behind me and pulled me over. First question - Why are you speeding? Which I replied I was only a mile or two over and had cars around me as well. Second question - Are you heading back to NC (NC Licenses Plate)? That's when I got a funny feeling about this stop! I said - No Sir we are heading to Jamestown and Colonial Williamsburg. He went to his car and wrote a ticket for 50 in a 35! I'm the first person to admit an guilt, but this is a scam. I had two other people in the car that heard me say that the two police cars were up ahead and they even saw how fast I was going on the speed odometer which was about two to three miles over the speed limit - NOT 15 MILES OVER! We where all shocked! And what about all the cars around me - Nothing! Be careful if you have an out of state licenses plate in Waverly, Va.

Jul 6, 2011   Virginia   0 comments

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US Rt 460 at western town limits   Waverly, Virginia

There is a speed trap at the Napa store at the western edge of town where the speed drops from 55 to 45 to 35 in the space of one mile. These shakedown agents sit in the bushes to the right as you are heading east, in the driveway for a cell tower with a gate that says "no parking, no trespassing". No lie! These shakedown agents are regularly breaking the law instead of enforcing it (same goes for using private property to sit and clock motorists). One of these fellows pulls out, follows us all the way through this excuse for a town and stops us on the east side (~2miles after supposedly clocking us, probably checking his computer to ensure that we are from out of town. He stops us, he does not have a badge and he is in an unmarked car and never identifies himself, wearing a black stocking cap, it is ~11:00pm. When I press him that he HAS to identify himself, he states that this can be made hard for me and my family, never identifies himself UNTIL I receive the ticket and it is written there. The court date he wrote on the ticket was incorrect (purposefully?). We went to court and were told that the date was incorrect. Ask to still see the judge, the judge REFUSES to dismiss the case! Get another date and decide that two days of missed work cost more money than the $156 ticket. This is how these dump towns make money, knowing that they can get ~$100-$150 for each motorist . DO NOT PATRONIZE any businesses in Waverly. When the business' income hurts because we are refusing to do business there, they may press the police to actually prevent crime and not shakedown motorists for money for barely legal reasons.

Jul 1, 2011   Virginia   1 comments

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