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I-15   Winnemucca, Nevada

Heavy patrolling of I-15 outside of Winnemucca. Probable combination of radar and pacing. Speed limit is 75.

Aug 19, 2002

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I-15 Is not near Winnemucca

#1 - Mar 13, 2010    Report abuse

I-15 runs North South in Utah. I-80 runs through WInnemucca.

#2 - Mar 28, 2010    Report abuse

I-15 crosses I-80 in Salt Lack City, Utah. That's about a 5-1/2 hour drive east from Winnemucca, NV. I-80 bisects Winnemucca and Highway Patrolmen make short shrift of speeders from the 170-185 mile markers. Speed limit on I-80 is 75 mph ... really ... do you have to go faster than that through out little town??

#3 - Mar 5, 2011    Report abuse

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