Indiantown, Florida Speed Traps

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(SR 710) Bee Line Highway, between indiantown and Okeechobee

Indiantown, FloridaSep 15, 20031 Comments

Cops travel between the Martin county lines along bee line highway(SR 710). The cop will be coming at you from the opposite direction. Once he has a lock on your speed, he will turn around and follow you then proceed with his lights and the citation. Don’t think because you are in the middle of nowhere that there will be no cop out that far.

Cops also frequently are parked along the side of the road with no lights on. Look for them close to the Palm Beach County line facing traffic coming into Martin County. Also, right before and after the bridge going into Indian Town. Also, right beyond city limits. Cruising cops all along the county lines.

They are equiped with stalker radar systems.

Two miles outside of indiantownthru Indiantown itself onHighway 710 (speed varies from 30,35,40,45,50,55,60mph) watch out tickets given 24 hours, seven days a week.

Indiantown, FloridaJul 10, 20030 Comments

Speed limits signs vary from 30,35,40,45,50,55,to 60 mph. Ridiculous, you end up having to pay more attention to the speed limit signs, than the road itself! Speed trap starts 2 miles outside city limits on either side of Indiantown,and thru town itself on county road 710. Officers give tickets 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

State Rd 710

Indiantown, FloridaApr 01, 20011 Comments

710 is 35 thru indiantown and the are like 10 cops in the town(pop. approx. 200) so watch out

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