Snellville, Georgia Speed Traps

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Hwy 78 and 124 intersection near South Gwinnett HS

Snellville, GeorgiaFeb 04, 20160 Comments

The speed drops from 45 to 35 mph near South Gwinnett High School. There is an overhead sign that states 35 mph when flashing. The signage can confuse drivers as to what the speed is when not flashing. In addition, you will get pulled over at any time whether school is in session or not, even at midnight. At night it is difficult to see signs that post the speed limit change. Cited for going less than 15 mph over the limit and the ticket is over $300. Police cars are often lined up in this area.

Intersection of Hwy 78 and Hwy 124 in Snellville, GA

Snellville, GeorgiaApr 07, 20151 Comments

From 5 am until 8 am every Friday morning, the City of Snellville sets up a trap on Highway 78 between Hwy 124 (Scenic Highway) and the High School on 78. They work about a mile area east of Scenic Highway. The speed limit was lowered to 35 from 45. BEWARE.

On Hwy 78 Near the intersection of Hwys 124 and 78

Snellville, GeorgiaMar 15, 20151 Comments

The speed limit drops from 45 to 35 on Hwy 78 a half mile west of Hwy 124 and continues one mile past a large church on Hwy 78. The cops sit in the Texaco station and run radar early mornings. Usually 6 am until 8 am.

Norris Lake Road at Anderson Livsey

Snellville, GeorgiaFeb 15, 20150 Comments

It’s 25mph there, when it should be 35 or even 45. They sit in packs, hitting cars w/laser, coming down the hill towards Hwy124. It’s a constant thing. Must be very lucrative.

Ronald Reagan parkway

Snellville, GeorgiaJan 26, 20140 Comments

Tons of police doing speed trap about 5 cars pulled over clocking from the ramp

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