Tallahassee, Florida Speed Traps
There are a couple of spots on I-10 in Tallahassee motorists should be aware of.
One affects westbound traffic – the hiding spot is in the ditch just past the Centerville Road overpass (around Mile Post 205). You can’t see them until you’ve passed them, so it’s definitely a sneaky spot.
The other mainly affects eastbound traffic. There is a small area on the east side of the Miccosukee Road overpass (around Mile Post 207). Like the other spot, you can’t see them until you’ve passed by because of trees and other vegetation concealing the area. Again, sneaky sneaky.
AS you are coming down the hill on Thomasville Road toward the I-10 Entrance about a half mile from the entrance, a city Police car will be on the right side in the dark waiting for you, this was late in the evening time around 11 PM.
On 10/27/13, they had a speed trap set up using aircraft to nab us. At least 5 squad cars were being used to intercept the speeders as the aircraft ID’ed them. There were three other cars pulled over when I got pulled over as well.
Police motorcycle like to hang out in front of the ‘hope house Jesus loves you’ sign when traveling west on Tennessee st. You cant see them because they are on the other side of the curve just before white drive. And its in a downward hill so it is very easy to exceed the 35 mph speed limit.
6 lane hwy during non congested hours always being heavily policed for no other reason than ticketing, many times only one or 2 vehiles on huge road very hard to keep to 45 mph on a 3 lane road and they know it beware will stop anyone going 50
mph in 45 zone