Spring Valley, California Speed Traps

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Harness St. and Sweetwater Rd.

Spring Valley, CaliforniaOct 10, 20100 Comments

Coming down the hill on Harness from Helix St. Sheriffs at bottom of street with radar are unseen until you come around corner. Steep hill so keep your breaks on – 25 mph.

2300 block of Helix St.

Spring Valley, CaliforniaOct 10, 20100 Comments

Sheriffs position radar at Aquarius St. catching eastbound drivers on Helix St. as they come around a blind corner.

10000-103000 blocks of Casa De Oro Blvd and Challenge Blvd

Spring Valley, CaliforniaMar 18, 20100 Comments

The name of this street changes from Challenge Blvd to Casa De Or Blvd near the south end of the street.

This is a fairly steep hill and the Highway Patrol parks their cars off the streets on the East side. They then walk out near the street near curves and are very hard to see with their radar guns.

The speed limit on this street is 25 mph but it is fairly steep and you must use your brakes to hold your speed to 25 mph. I have not received a ticket here but it would be easy to get one. I have seen many drivers ticketed here.

Tyler St. Between the Elementary School and Sweetwater Rd.

Spring Valley, CaliforniaJan 19, 20100 Comments

Multiple cops park their car in a cul-de-sac side street and stand on the sidewalk with their radar gun. If you’re going over 25, it’s a ticket. All of Tyler is 25MPH

Austin Dr & Calavo Dr

Spring Valley, CaliforniaApr 10, 20090 Comments

This is a frequently used speed trap for cops. They usually look for speeders coming down Del Rio Rd above the speed limit. That hill is very steep, so make sure you are below 25MPH or they will pull you over at the bottom of the hill.

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