Paso Robles, California Speed Traps

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Creston Road

Paso Robles, CaliforniaSep 17, 20040 Comments

between River Road & Charolais Road. Motorcycle cop, likes to hide behind bushes in driveways, side streets, and school parking lots. Sometimes 2 Motorcycle Cops. He occasionally will work in tandem with a cruiser. This is a busy street year round, but enforcement is particularly heavy during the school year as there 5 different schools along this street. He will nail you for anything and everything. During the summer, enforcement is sporadic.

State Highway 46 and 41

Paso Robles, CaliforniaApr 27, 20040 Comments

Hwy 46 between Paso Robles and the east Hwy 46-41 split. This is a double fine zone and you must drive with your headlights on. The 35 mile long area is very busy with patrol cars. I was driving 55 (the posted limit) and was passed by 6 cars. All 6 were tagged within 10 miles of passing me. They hide everywhere. Bad place is east bound, about 1.5 from the Paso Robles Dump. You are comming down a grade to a bridge. From the 46-41 split to I-5 on both highways is also has a high amount of patrols, however not a double fine zone.

Hwy 46

Paso Robles, CaliforniaSep 02, 20030 Comments

Both East and West on Hwy 46 (E-W) between Hwy 101 (N-S) (Paso Robles to Cambria/Hearst Castle) and Hwy 1 (N-S). From Paso Robles to Hwy 1 is about 30 miles of CHP officer Kashdans’ territory. He’s running Ka-band radar.

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