Claymont, Delaware Speed Traps

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I-495 Southbound in Claymont, just past the Rt 13 exit

Claymont, DelawareApr 24, 20101 Comments

The DE State Police park on the side of the curve as you come southbound past the Claymont exit. The speed limit is 65 but many motorist start accelerating to 70 or higher.

Seminole Ave.

Claymont, DelawareApr 09, 20101 Comments

Usually the are hidden back in the alley st. on Leon at the stop sign. But, sometimes they are at the end of the road, out of view near the school. Do Not Speed or run the stop sign on this street!

Darley Road

Claymont, DelawareJan 13, 20101 Comments

Just past Carpenter Station Road, on right hand side — coming from Philadelphia Pike (U.S. Hwy. 13).

Philadelphia Pike (U.S. Hwy. 13)

Claymont, DelawareJan 13, 20101 Comments

Delaware State Police and New Castle County Police. Parked in Holy Rosary Church parking lot. NCC police are now using pop-radar.

Hickman Road just north of Naaman’s Road (Rte. 92)

Claymont, DelawareNov 01, 20011 Comments

The New Castle County police hide their vehicle in a low spot between two hills, one on the PA side on Naaman’s Creek Road (which becomes Hickman Road in DE), and one on the DE side coming off Naaman’s Road (Rte. 92). The police car blends in with other cars parked in front of some row homes on the east side of Hickman Road. The speed limit on the DE side is 25, and the limit on the PA side is 35, so the county cop tries to get you speeding up or slowing down as you leave/enter DE. The tolerance is very low, maybe 5 MPH. There is even a Justice of the Peace location within walking distance of the trap if you get caught. This is an obvious income-generator for New Castle County.

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