Saint Augustine, Florida Speed Traps
ay Street is part of A1A North commencing at the Carosel on San Marco Ave running Easterly to Vilano Beach–part of the Road is a causeway and high rise bridge—in theTWO MILE STREET the speed limit changes three times . HEADING EASTERLY IT GOES FROM 30 TO 40 T0 45 but the really bad thing is the opposite is true–in less than a half mile–45 to 40 to 30—i travel the road three fur times a day and the cops have people stopped more than fifty percent of the time
Officer parks on nearby Shannon road set back a bit in an unmaarked late model Ford Mustang (Dark in color). You come off Palencia or World Golf Drive and by the time you see him it’s to late, that’s if you know he is a policeman.
Two to three state troopers sit in the median and patrol both the north and south bound directions. One will radar and the other goes to issue the ticket. They are typically unseen because of the guardrails they hide behind.
Posted speed limit on San Marco Blvd. is 25 MPH. As San Marco Blvd. merges into U.S. 1 North, most drivers begin to accelerate to bring themselves up to the 45 MPH speed limit on U.S. 1. However, don’t do this too soon. There is often an officer with patrol car parked to the side of San Marco Blvd. at U.S. 1 North looking for those who do this.
they hide behind a bush miway down the road not noticabl when driving towrds s.r 207 but you can ussualy see the when turnning fron s.r207