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I-10 East and West   El Paso, Texas

West of El Paso MM 74- MM 53, always working both sides in the a.m. to Catch Big Trucks, once I saw a four wheeler pulled over three times in this area. He'd get the ticket, then speed off, yet another Bear waiting for him about 2 miles down the road. And so on, Just take it easy through there, especially east bound but they are working both sides.

Nov 24, 2011

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When going WB on I-10 at the El Paso county line, the daytime speed limit drops from 80 to 70mph, even though it's still a rural area. Quite often the state highway patrol cars are parked and waiting for drivers still doing 80mph.

#1 - Nov 25, 2012    Report abuse

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