Ormond Beach, Florida Speed Traps
They sit, usually 2 motorcycle sheriffs, right behind the curve in the road so you don’t see them until you are coming on them. They seem to be clocking the drivers going east to west.
Motocycle cops run radar along the 25 mph section of Wilmette Avenue, primarly near Nova road intersection. They stand by their motorcycle with radar gun in hand on the side of the road and “flag”” speeders down to stop and receive their citation.
Three-quarters of a mile south of A1A and Granada, police sit at the vacant Shell Gas Station 20 hours per day. The motorcycle cop is especially vigilant early morning 6-10.
As you travel North on US 1 passing the light at Nova Road, about 1/4 mile north the side of the road is wooded and no businesses. After you round a slight curve, the Ormond Beach Police frequently park back against the trees facing northbound traffic using radar. Unless you have a radar device you will not know they are there till the last minute. If your radar device goes off, they are close because there are no false signals there. More info, this is on the south side of the Tomoka River on US 1.
Getting off of exit 278, coming from the North, and going East, a cop will sit in the grass by the turn for Old Kings Highway. He’s hidden by the trees there but he can definitely see you. The MPH is 45 when you get off the exit and go over the bridge, but by the 7-Eleven is turns to 35, not even 100 feet from this turn onto Old Kings Highway.