San Diego, California Speed Traps

Need a lawyer who represents motorists in California? Visit the NMA list of California Traffic Attorneys.
Next Page ›

friars rd near ampm just over the hill going to fashonvally

San Diego, CaliforniaApr 01, 20020 Comments

two motercycel cops just as you go over the hill going to fashonvally sitting on the right side of som trees

Kearny Villa Road southbound south of Miramar Rd.

San Diego, CaliforniaNov 01, 20010 Comments

This speed trap is enforced in bursts of activity, and then may not be monitored for months. When the speed trap is active, you’ll see activity for a month or more. About a mile south of Miramar Road, Kearny Villa dips down into a little valley with a bridge. Motorcycle cops like to position their bikes just behind the end of the bridge, under a tree so you don’t notice them as you top the ridge and start accelerating down the hill. Motorcycle cops only run the speed trap during daylight hours, although cop cars will sometimes patrol both sides of KV Road at night.

calle cristobal from sorrento vally road to camino ruiz

San Diego, CaliforniaAug 01, 20010 Comments

Cops sit hidden on side roads or in canyon parking lot and clock you while going down the large hill. Another favorite spot is right by the Canyon Park Villas Condos in the condos parking lot and on the side roads near the condos. They always sit in the shade so you can’t see them when you come around the bends.

Madison Ave. (1 block west of Texas street

San Diego, CaliforniaFeb 01, 20010 Comments

Several times a week a motorcycle cop is on the corner giving tickets out most of the day.

Next Page ›

Log In

Forgot Password?

Create an account

You only need an account if you would like to comment on speed traps. You can view and add speed traps without registering.

Create Account