San Diego, California Speed Traps
Copley Dr. is a continuation of Ruffner St.Turning right off of Copley Park Dr. onto Copley Dr. the speed limit sign is very close to the corner on a high post nearly in the trees, it’s easy to miss while turning, Posted 35. Copley park Pl. is posted 40 with Quite a number of driveways, Copley Dr. is a wide open road running over a rise with a left curve. It’s easy to gain speed, the officer sits in the first driveway on the right after coming down the hill. They get a shot of you before you can even see them.
CHP motorcycle with radar stationary on shoulder. Catches people cresting the steep grade from the 8 when your natural tendency is to linger on the throttle too long and pick up speed unintentionally. Nailed the lady behind me and she wasnt even 10 over the limit.
11 AM Friday.
College avenue north of el cajon blvd, san diego is a HUGE speed trap. The speed limit drops from 35 to 25 south of Montezuma rd. by the senior center. A motorcycle cop with radar is there every day of the year and writes 20 tickets per day. $300-$500 ticket.
6th Avenue, Between Elm Street & Fir Street (In Front Of La Maison Building, Hotel?) San Diego, California – Second & Third Occurance: SDPD Motorcycle Cop used LIDAR on vehicles going westbound on 6th Avenue (Towards Downtown) in front of the La Maison Building, near the I-5 Northbound Exit/6th Avenue Exit near Downtown San Diego. The SDPD Motorcycle Cop can see as far as Juniper Street to Speed Trap people using RADAR / LIDAR. This occurred: Tuesday, 03/04/2014 @ 08:00 am & Wednesday, 03/05/2014 @ 08:00 am.
Intersection of Arey Dr. and Piccard Ave. in South San Diego area, police sit on the side street waiting for drivers to not make a complete stop at the stop sign and will immediately cite violators for "rolling stop" violations. Beware and look both directions and make sure your car comes to a complete stop here!