San Diego, California Speed Traps
CHP motorcycle officer hides behind overpass pillar and entraps unsuspecting drivers during rush hour with a radar gun – A highly dubious practice at best.
Periodically the speed enforcement boys will work this area all day long. They ignore the 80 mph plus main freeway traffic and cite the 75 mph plus carpool lane traffic because it’s easier to pull them over and less disruptive to the main flow. Expect the motorcycles and cruisers under bridges in the shadows and around the bends, also on top of bridges at on-ramps. In addition to the usual motor officers and cruisers there is also an all-white CHP vehicle that works the area.
Motorcycle cop will stand on the right side of the freeway, pointing his radar, usually anywhere in between 11am – 3pm
Motorcycle cop will stand on the SE corner of the intersection with radar gun in hand clocking anyone driving east bound on Friars Rd.
Motorcycle cops monitor the strip between Carmel Valley Road and Carmel Country Road on a regular basis.