Dry Prong, Louisiana Speed Traps

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Highway 167, north bound before the city, bus stop

Dry Prong, LouisianaJul 07, 20100 Comments

Bus stop on the highway. They expect you to be prepared to stop before the bus puts on its lights. Beware the $250 fine if you don’t see the lights until you are already in the process of passing.

State Highway 167 near historical marker

Dry Prong, LouisianaMar 24, 20081 Comments

The speed limit drops from a posted 55MPH to 35 MPH. You had better be doing 35 at that first sign.

US Hwy 167 at city limit sign

Dry Prong, LouisianaSep 09, 20030 Comments

The north city limit sign were the speed limit drops to 45mph is the worst trap. The entire town is a speed trap!!

hwy 167@123,entering town,south bound

Dry Prong, LouisianaNov 01, 20011 Comments

HUNTERS BEWARE!!! Coming home from hunting at the Jackson-Beinville Game Reserve near Jonesboro we were caught in the speedtrap in Dry Prong. Many Louisiana hunters pass through this town since the main state highway cuts right through it. Many also conduct business in this town during deer hunting season, buying gas and other necessities needed for hunting, and paying taxes on these purchases. A marked white Crown Vic was located the local Baptist Church on the north side of town. The fine was $115.00.These red neck,sleepy towns are like bizzards,it was on Thanksgiving Day,it just happens that this is the day that many out of town hunters are going and coming from hunting.The speed limit drops to 35 with no warning.

US Hwy 167 near LA 123

Dry Prong, LouisianaJul 01, 20010 Comments

Right in the middle of the Kisatchie National Forest, rural setting, does not look like a 35mph zone. White Crown Vic parked just north of village. Fine is $110.00.

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