Georgetown, Delaware Speed Traps
State Police set up immediately south of cemetery just off the highway. You can rarely see them until it is too late as the shrubs and cemetery block them.
Traveling north on Rt 113 right before the Georgetown Speedway race track there a patch of woods. Just next to the woods there is a driveway. State troopers sit in the drive just out of sitr as you pass the trees. You won’t see him until are passing the trees.
As you approach Georgetown (from either direction), the speed limit drops to 30 mph and there’s usually a police car waiting not far past the speed limit sign. It’s especially bad in the summer, but they do it year-round, all times (I’ve seen them out there at 1:00 am when we were the only two cars for miles around).
During daylight,the local Police stand on the shoulder of the northbound roadway, near their hidden cars with LIDAR. As motorists going north pass the County Jail and pass the "Welcome to Georgetown" sign, they are less than a mile ahead and get you with the laser before you can even see them. They step out and flag you over. They use two officers and can get two to three victims at a time. The speed limit is only 50 on this wide open straight stretch.Be careful in this town, they seem to have cops who love to write tickets.
State Police will troll with radar on for oncoming cars in opposite directions