Macon, Georgia Speed Traps
Traffic patrol will hide in driveways at the bottom of the hill to pull people over where the speed suddenly drops to 35. Then they make you go to the Zaxbys so to pull you out of site (so unexpected victim do not see you getting pulled over) so their partner can pull over the next guy. They tag team and pull people over on their way to work most likely.
This spot is usually used by the Macon police at night. The officer sits in the Georgia Power parking lot and stops every car that goes by. It is marked at 35 MPH, but a little ways down from where he sits it goes to 40 MPH.
I75 has all of these work zones with no one working. Then all the traffic slows down to a snail crawl. Then the work zone ends, and everyone drives like 95 mph. If you don’t stay with the traffic flow, the traffic will hit you. Trust me I have drove the same work 19 times in the last 12 weeks and I noted the same problem. Anyway after passing thru 5 or 6 zones, 1 is actually working and the state troopers are faced both directions arresting hundreds of cars maybe 20 miles from where the incident even happened!!!!! I signed to get my licenses back and he said thank you for admitting your guilt!!!!!!!! DOUBLE FINES IN WORKING AREA!
Sheriff sits on side of road of this 2.5 mile stretch and boy does he clean up.55 zone but its wide open and heading into the country.
I-75 passes through Macon, and the speed limit drops from 70 MPH to 55 MPH. Despite the change in signs, the flow of traffic continues to be considerably above the speed limit. Macon police randomly stop cars that are exceeding the speed limit. The officer admitted that he can’t stop everyone and just picks one car out of the group. The Saturday morning I was stopped there were two cruisers taking turns stopping cars. Be especially careful where I-75 and 475 split, at the north and south ends of Macon.