Red Bluff, California Speed Traps
On 3/14/14 I was pulled over for an erratic lane change. My left slip on shoe became wedged under the brake pedal BUT I had my Cruise Control set to 75. The actual flow of traffic was more like 85. When the CHP came to my window he said that I changed lanes in an erratic matter & get this, his next sentence was “when was the last time you took Meth?” I’m a 51 year old permanently disabled female. He proceeded to give me 6 sobriety tests, which I passed all with no problem. He even took out a flip chart to tell if my eyes were dilated & finally did the breathalyzer! Again passed with no problem.
He was so angry for being wrong that out of the blue he said I was speeding @ 98+MPH! My Cruise Control was still on & when I asked to see the unit showing my speed, he did not.
They want to pop you with something big but settle for am exaggerated speeding ticket. He was rude & quite offending. Repeatedly asked the same questions at least 5 times. I believe since the Rolling Hills Casino is just south of this area, they’re looking for DUI’s. Even if you’re not guilty of a DUI get ready for that exaggerated speeding ticket. I plan on driving the 800 miles to fight this thing, no one treats me like that without consequences!
The Highway patrol has been sitting on the overpass in a lawn chair lazering cars and calling ahead. I have witnessed them there on multiple occasions.
Watch out driving on Baker Rd. because cops love to hide all over here and if your not careful, they’ll catch you for speeding.
This is a hard 25 mph because it’s 25 mph ALL the time. Watch your speed
This one is a lot worse than the one you have mentioned and is less than a mile from it. Flashing yellow warning lights tell you to reduce your speed from 45 mph to 25 mph when children are present. However the local CHP have been quoted in the paper stateing that speed limit is in force doing all school hours and activities. Tickets are being written becuse in Red Bluff it is the drives job to know all school hours. I live here and I don’t know them all, but don’t trust those flashing lights to tell you when to slow down.