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State Route Route 16 near US Highway East of Route 113   Ellendale, Delaware

One of the worst speed traps in Delaware! It's also a zero tolerance area so don't expect any mercy from the police officer. This is a main route to the resort area (from the DC/Baltimore area) through a small town, Ellendale. Within the town of Ellendale NEVER exceed 25mph......because they WILL pull you over! This is located on Rt 16 just east of Rt 113. Be advised, if you enter Ellendale from the EAST (after leaving the beaches, etc)......the Rt 16 speed limit goes from 50 to an immediate 35mph around a curve. Most often thats where they pull over most people! BEWARE of Ellendale, DE.......stay at 25mph and you wont have a problem!

Oct 14, 2007

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