Kennesaw, Georgia Speed Traps
Police officer parks out of view at the bottom of a steep hill. The incline is approximately four blocks long making it next to impossible to limit your speed to the 45 mile per hour limit.
This road is a four lane road between Barrett parkway and Chastain road. Motorcycle officers enjoy sitting in a truck leasing company driveway (the only business in the area). The posted speed limit (on a hard to see sign almost 1/4 mile from this location) is 40 MPH. The common flow of traffic on this road is often 60-65 MPH. They will often just flag people off of the road as you come around the corners and down the hill. Mass fundraising at its worst. I have seen 8+ cars pulled off at this location at one time!
Heavily traveled 4 lanes road with speed posted at 40. It can safely be traveled at speeds up to 65 in my view. They are often out there during morning rush hours hiding around the curve and pointing radar gun at unsuspecting drivers coming around the curve and rushing to go to work in office park nearby. I have been a victim twice on this stretch of Barrett Lake Drive within one month. The first time was for speeding and second time was for not wearing seat belt. I am disgusted to see that this is how every day hard working and tax paying citizens are being SERVED and PROTECTED by police. Watch out and don’t let them rob you in the name of law enforcement.
This road belive it or not has a speed limit of 40MPH. It’s a 4 lane road with a center turn lane. Outside of rush hour it usually has very light traffic. On Saturday 4 of the County’s finest were doing their best to exploit this moning makeing opportunity. The had 2 lidar poliece between the entrances of the penskie trucking center and one chase car in the second penskie entrance. There were pulling people over 3-4 and somtimes 5 at a time (taking about fishing in a stocked pond). Weather conditions on Saturday were sunny, dry and clear. If you feel you’re already paying enough taxes you may do well to avoid this mandatory contribution.
Cobb County PD loves to set up multiple car speed traps on the long land bridge and at Burnt Hickory.