Kissimmee, Florida Speed Traps

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S Poinciana Blvd just S of RLC at 17-92 intersection

Kissimmee, FloridaDec 09, 20160 Comments

Starting about a quarter mile S of 17-92 there will be a radar unit set up usually in the median on the section that drops from 55 MPH to 45 MPH. Usually targets NB traffic but will also target SB occasionally and can be anywhere over about a 1 mile stretch south of 17-92.

Important: they use K band as well as Ka so make sure you do not disable your K and X bands if your detector supports that feature.

S. Old Lake Wilson Rd ( between Sand Hill rd. & US192

Kissimmee, FloridaJan 03, 20160 Comments

Osceola officers on motorcycles will do radar and pull over. Unmarked grey police car will run radar and marked Osceola police cars will sit opposite of each other on grassy median and run radar. Most pull over area is between Mystic Dunes resort and Westgate resort.

Northbound Turnpike before exit 244

Kissimmee, FloridaNov 11, 20150 Comments

Over six state trooper SUV and cars pulling virtually half of the cars going northbound on turnpike. the vehicles not visible until after you go through the toll plaza. if you are stopping to pay cash for the ticket, stay to the right and go very slow. they are targeting sunpass drivers who stay to the left and wizz through the toll plaza without slowing down. i have gone through here north and south bound all week and have never seen so much police action in a speed trap. don’t go over 25-30 here once leaving the toll plaza or you are guaranteed to be pulled over.

North bound marker 228

Kissimmee, FloridaMay 30, 20150 Comments

North bound traffic speed trap by state troopers. One shooting radar and two pulling cars over

Funnie steed rd new section just opened

Kissimmee, FloridaOct 17, 20140 Comments

Anything over 30mph will stop you and double your fine in many cases 200$ for 10 mph is the usual and 3-4 points off license

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