Wilmington, California Speed Traps
Cop is in driveway of refinery just after 47 Freeway West Bound on Pacific Coast Hwy. Signs say 40 mph on three lane hwy. Everyone goes 55 or more. Often there are 3 cops on bikes between 9am and 11am. 3pm to 5pm.
Anaheim Street between Henry Ford and I / 9th Streets. Motocycle cops love to hide on the bottom of both bridges.
.5 mile streach of Figueroa St, heading south between Sepulvida Blvd and Lomita Blvd, Speed limit 40 MPH. There is nothing on either side of the street. The officer sits just before Lomita Blvd, you can see him from quite a distance, but you don’t feel like you are speeding at 50MPH, at 40 MPH you feel like you are crawling. The officer barely has time to stop, he gives out tickets one right after the other. The bad thing about this is that on Lomita Blvd, where there is numerous residential streets, with cars trying to enter, cars are dangerously speeding on Lomita Blvd, and there has been numerous accidents, the police never watch. They prefer Figueroa