Kingman, Arizona Speed Traps

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State Route 93 near All the way to Lake Mead

Kingman, ArizonaJan 16, 20040 Comments

Be very careful and vigilant. The AZ DPS has very experienced officers on this stretch of state highway. They have K/Ka band radar. However the route has public crossroads every 2-4 miles. The preferred method of enforcement is to catch you with VascarPlus. If they see you coming up from behind they will turn off on one of these crossovers and start the timer as you go by. They then double back to the previous crossover while you unknowingly pickup speed. They will now do another 180 and come after you. All the while you’re thinking that they were not interested in you. As they go back by the point where they passed you in the opposite direction they will start marking the mileage. Once they catch up to you they flip the speed calculation switch on the VascarPlus box and lo & behold your busted !

Highway 68, some 11 miles west of Kingman

Kingman, ArizonaJun 01, 20000 Comments

About 16 miles east of start of SR68, 11 miles west of Kingman, direction eastbound (but don’t feel too safe going west, either). The speed limit here is 55, and is grossly underposted, as the divided roadway is wide, straight and perfectly maintained, going over mild slopes, with little traffic. You could easily do 100 there, and driving down one of those hills, your foot just itches to step on the gas pedal. I was cited here on May 31, and the cop said he got me doing 90mph (there goes $210). The ticket says he was using a stopwatch, which can be challenged in court, but not if you live in SF Bay area, some 800 miles away, and can’t make it to the hearing. Just be very careful at this spot.

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