Coeur D'Alene, Idaho Speed Traps
I was traveling way to fast on my way to school. I was running late and was going 49 in a 35 mile an hour speed limit. This was just outside the Stimpson lumber mill so watch out, if your running late and going way to fast remeber to slow down.
I didn’t even see the officer. All of a sudden there he was and I was paying 53 bucks. They got my friend that was behind me on a moped.
Driving west on Hanley (past Lake City Highschool) until the end of the road. The end of the road overlooking the fields and construction site is used as a turnaround for police patrols. They tend to stop and wait for people using the straight-away for racing or off-roaders speeding from the forest.
Speed limit is set far too low on these roads. Limits include 35-45 mph, but traffic generally flows at least 55-60mph. Idaho State Police like to patrol Prairie Avenue in this section.
Limits have decreased from 50 to 40mph in just a few years, while the amount of traffic and residential areas has remained virtually unchanged.
Particularly watch out for police waiting around the intersections of Hayden and Atlas, as well as Prairie and Atlas
I have seen an Idaho State patrol Officer standing on the overpass readaring vehicles and then raioing to a chase vehicle sometime three chase vehicles