Forsyth, Georgia Speed Traps
speed limit goes down to 55, watch the bridges, usually manned every weekend
Three miles north of Forsyth at mile marker 191, a break in the median’s metal barrier allows law enforcement to sit together facing the northbound and southbound lanes. The northbound lane comes off a hill and approaches the curve; the southbound lane curves around trees; the sheriff’s department is hidden until the driver passes the median break.
Overweight police officers line up on the entrance and exit ramp shoulders with the spotter on the overpasses.They ONLY target out of state vehicles as they would not have time to go to court, as they are TOO busy maintaining their OBESE BODIES at the local donut shop!!!!BEWARE
On GA 20 west of GA 400 there is a poorly-marked 45 MPH speed limit for several miles, all the way to the Chattahoochee River (the county line.) That’s per the GA DOT. Coming east on the same road, it is marked 55mph for much of that same distance! Having different speed limits on opposite sides of the road is unconventional, at best.
Georgia State Patrol sits at the bottom of a small hill right before Exit 16 on 400, usually driving a black Charger and He sits in the median after the guard rails. The speed trap is usually operated after dark.