Plymouth, Indiana Speed Traps

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US 30 all through the town

Plymouth, IndianaApr 09, 20111 Comments

I drive this area every night and if you are on US 30 the speed drops to 50 mph just before the Pilot station at King Rd and continues all the way through town just before Jellystone Campground at N Queens Rd. I have seen people getting tickets at anywhere along here. The problem is that there are very few lights (4 total along a seven mile stretch) so you would think the limit would be higher.

7C Road just off Route 17 (Michigan Street)

Plymouth, IndianaAug 03, 20100 Comments

Heading south on 17 into Plymouth, the first light you come to will be 7C Road. If you turn right (west) heading toward WalMart, there is a business on the left with a fenced in lot. Plymouth Ploice will sit in the lot near the gate and they will look like any other vehicle…until you get close and then it’s too late.

Oak Road near US Highway US 30

Plymouth, IndianaOct 14, 20070 Comments

Police sit on the side roads close to the Cemetary on Oak Rd. between US 30 & Jefferson St.

State Highway 30

Plymouth, IndianaMay 12, 20040 Comments

Driving down 30 about 7 or 8 miles before you get into Plymouth near Wallmart, super troopers almost always hide down in the Sears parking lot about 50 yards away and about 10 yards below the highway with their radars pointed up at the the road looking for people east bound. They got me one time but they will not ever get me again. Usually you do not look far off to the right and down at the Sears parking lot so it kind of hard to catch a cop down there. Usually the will not pull you over untill you get up to the light. Then you see a cop car come racing at you and then you begin to pound on your steering wheel.

US 30 east of Plymouth towards Warsaw

Plymouth, IndianaApr 12, 20020 Comments

This is a very rural area with a large numbers of marked and unmarked state police vehicles. Typically moving and shooting at oncoming traffic although there are at least 2 spots where timing is done. Unmarked are generally Camaro – white and dark blue are the 2 seen the most. Fines are about $1 per mph over plus about $80. A "needed" source of revenue for several small towns in the area.

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