Oro Valley, Arizona Speed Traps

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La Canada Road – North of Lambert

Oro Valley, ArizonaJun 08, 20021 Comments

Oro Valley is the modern day Gestapo of speeding enforcement. The town derives much of its income from tickets & the limits are ridiculously low. Rule is, never go thru OV without a radar detector and always watch 2-3 cars behind you. Better yet, shop & live somewhere else.

US Rte 89 on northern outskirts of Tucson, Arizona

Oro Valley, ArizonaMar 01, 20020 Comments

The city limits extend far out from the populated areas-5-10 miles beyond any human sign other than highway. It appears as though Oro Valley, a bedroom community depends on its traffic fines to cover a large percentage of the cities operational budget. The plus side to this is that if your attitude is good and your record is clean they often write a non-moving citation for "WASTING A FINITE RESOURSE" ie gas, by driving too fast.

Oracle Road

Oro Valley, ArizonaOct 01, 20001 Comments

Basically anytime you go over 3 miles an hr over the posted speed limit, you’re asking for ticket. If it looks like you don’t live in the area (service vehicles, construction, delivery,etc) you’ll be flagged. Make no bone about it, they will stop you & you will be ticketed. If you ask any Oro Vally Police Officer if there is any margin for error, the answer will be no.

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