San Francisco, California Speed Traps
this stretch of road runs along the buffalo pen, and is downhill from the stop sign at JFK to where the roundabout is where the road divides beside Spreckles Lake. The cop is sequestered in the part of the roundabout that comes in from 36th avenue, so you can’t see him until you come down the grade.
CHP with radar hides behind road sign/bushes or underneath the bridge. Slow down after San Jose Ave exit. They usually camp there after dark. Pay attention when the cars in front of you are tapping on their brakes.
Motorcycle cop looking for cars and tagging them if they do not come to a complete stop at Stop sign on Noriega St and 24th Ave.
A plain clothes officer walks across the intersection, south to north, sometimes north to south, and if the car does not stop, the officer raises his hands as a signal to the cop car on Everglade to take off and chase.
Two motorcycle cops with radar are placed along Sloat Blvd. heading West before 1pm. They scan you from at least two blocks away, and hide behind parked cars.