Fullerton, California Speed Traps
The motorcycle cop will blend in with the big plaza sign while shooting his laser at oncoming traffic. Be careful because that section of Euclid is long and open which proans fast speeds!
Motorcycle officer sits at the BOTTOM of the hill and works southbound traffic.
Traveling south on Harbor Blvd., just after commonwealth, you go down an underpass under the railroad tracks. You usually pick up a little speed on the downhill. A motorcycle cop sits behind the bushes at the top of the underpass and checks your speed when you’re at the bottom (going the fastest). By the time you see him, its too late!
When you’re going North on Gilbert (where it switches to Idaho after the incline on Coyote Hills) there are usually some cops hiding in the public park that’s on the east side of the road. It’s a steep incline so cars usually travel 60-80, very prone speed trap, and the cops are ruthlessly unforgiving. It may seem like a hassle, but USE YOUR BRAKES. Your wallet will thank you. At night time though, there are almost no cops, since its a large wildlife mountain and there are no street lamps, making it almost pitch black sometimes.
Usually city police motorcycles set up in local business parking lots. Very bad for those travelling South as the hill sometimes increases speeds above the posted 50mph limit.