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Interstate I-10 west/east near Mile Marker 653 to 600   Seguin, Texas

From mile marker 600 to 653 which is a stretch from east of Luling to Seguin is very well patrolled by DPS and County police. East of Luling are center barriers that have been installed which they will sit on the inside shoulder where the cars are disguised by the reflection of the barrier. They will also sit on the shoulders just over a hill or behind a bridge. Lately I have seen them on the shoulder radaring and another officer down the road. I travel from Houston to San Antonio weekly and it never fails that there are 4 to 6 people pulled over in the stretch of interstate.

Jan 3, 2006

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