Bel Air, Maryland Speed Traps
Sheriff’s office will sit in parking lot of either the vacant gas station or retail store on north east side of intersection targeting vehicles traveling north on Rt. 24 (Rocks Rd.)
Just past Greenbrier (Seasons) Apartments heading toward McPhail Road. Speed limit is ~30, but very easy to exceed on this straight stretch. Very common on weekends.
Coming up to Shucks Rd. on Wheel Rd. If you make a left you will go down a hill, over the creek, and onto that straight stretch of road. Then There is a few houses on the left and one driveway that goes into them. Cops (2 or 3) usually hide in there and hide behind bushes/car to get you.
From Wheel Rd. if you go right, you will come to a big sweeping turn with a big field on your right and a small one on the left and then a house with a couple trees in front of it. Cops have hidden in their driveway to get people. Then further down, just before you cross the creek going up the hill to Rt. 136 their is an abandon house in which they hide their cars behind trees/the house and get you.
County Sherrif will sit on the side of the road and shoot radar as you come over the hill heading towards Rt 22 on Schucks Rd. Speed limit is 35 and you will be pulled over for going 40. They catch alot of HCC students heading to and from class.
The entire Bypass is a speedtrap, however police often sit near the bridge by the Harford county Detention Center, as well as off road at the construction site right near the Harford Mall exit. This is a state run highway which is right next to the State Police barracks. Very highly monitored. Do not go over 60 mph on this road.