Pensacola, Florida Speed Traps

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Interstate 10 near Exit Number 17

Pensacola, FloridaAug 15, 20070 Comments

Heading East bound on I-10 leaving Pensacola and heading towards Milton. There is an overpass that is B4 the Highway 90 exit. The road dips down at this overpass and you can not see at the bottom of it. The cops like to sit under that bridge and catch people as it is a 40-45 mph limit, I believe, but everyone is usually doing at least 60. I have a radar detector and because of the angle of the road it doesn’t pick them up till I’m almost right on them.

Another place is right B4 you exit off I-110 onto I-10. Almost everyday on my way home from work I see someone pulled over in that general area. They have so many Speed readers on I-110 that tell you what the speed limit is and what speed you are doing, that they hide in between them so that you can’t tell the difference between the reader and their radar gun. My detector goes crazy all through I-110, so I just go with the flow of traffic. Again 60 in a 45mph zone.

Jernigan Road near Jojo Road

Pensacola, FloridaAug 12, 20070 Comments

Under the large Oak Trees in the church parking lot just north of the intersection or across the street ajacent to the fence.

Massachusetts Avenue near Hollywood Avenue

Pensacola, FloridaJul 04, 20070 Comments

Between Bridgedale and Hollywood, there is a winding curve in the road in front of the cemetery. You come around that corner and *Bam!* It’s hard to spot them right off the road… they sit and wait!

Wilde Lake Boulevard near 8 Mile Creek Road

Pensacola, FloridaJun 28, 20070 Comments

Highway patrol sit at Pine Forest Methodist Church, hidden beside church.

Summit Boulevard near 12th Avenue

Pensacola, FloridaApr 11, 20070 Comments

right where the entrance to the pool (Cordova Park Swim Club?) used to be is swimming with cops! I got a ticket on Christmas day from a radar bust there!

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