Palm Springs, California Speed Traps
Palm Springs is a tourist town, Warm weather in Winters. Lot of tourists. Courts know you are not going to appear so big fines. Wrong turn $365
Going west on highway 111 just before the speed limit drops to 50 and below while entering Palm Springs, a Palm Springs police officer sits on the side behind the brush using instant-on lidar clocking westbound traffic coming into Palm Springs. If no one is in front of you, a radar detector will probably be worthless – uses INSTANT-ON! Speed limit is 65. Stay at 65!
East and west side of Dillon Rd.State trooper.Watch rhe stop sign.
Driving southbound between Morongo Canyon and I-10, just past Pierson Blvd, a Highway Patrol unit on the right side will paint you with Ka band radar just as you crest the rise, usual during prime time, the first few days or the last few days of the month.
Right off of Gene Autry Trail along the side of the road close to the airport, sitting right off to the right driveway sits a cop on a motorcycle, radar gun in hand pointing at the traffic coming off the blind turn. Slow down just as you are passing the Palm Springs Air Museum.