Dearborn Heights, Michigan Speed Traps

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Beech Daly between Ford Rd & Cherry Hill

Dearborn Heights, MichiganMay 09, 20100 Comments

Police car hiding on side streets both east and west of Beech Daly to nab both north and south bound traffic. Speed limit is 35, down from 40 north of Ford Road. Officers usually only ask from drivers license so they can hurry and write and get on to the next driver.

N.W. corner Evergreen at Ford Rd.

Dearborn Heights, MichiganMar 22, 20101 Comments

Police hiding in condo parking lot with radar gun. Also in field to the right of Westbound ramp to Ford Road.

Monroe St, between Dartmouth and Van Born

Dearborn Heights, MichiganMar 21, 20100 Comments

Cops sit in curb lane in black SUV or patrol car, parked between cars which makes them very hard to see. Also, they watch the stop sign at Monroe and Powers streets. These areas sit between the cities of Dearborn and Dearborn Heights on Monroe with speeds different in each city limits.

Outer Drive Service drive towards Van bourne -towards Pelham

Dearborn Heights, MichiganMar 21, 20102 Comments

When driving down Outer drive before you hit the bridge for the free way you can turn right at that -giants- burger shop and go down an area that is 25 mph and it’s 25 mph for at LEAST 3 minutes before hitting 35 mph.. then 40 mph on Van bourne going towards Pelham.. As soon as you turn right the officer is shooting a constant K Band signal -Radar- before you hit the 35 mph sign.. so if you are doing 35 BEFORE you hit the speed limit sign he hides on a side street right before it and will nail you.. a good radar detector works great for officers that like using constant on radar gives plenty of warning in advance to slow down I was going 50 mph almost then it went off I slowed down to 25 then 2 minutes later seen him hiding around a corner shooting the K band.

Michigan Avenue between Beech Daly and Gulley

Dearborn Heights, MichiganMar 14, 20100 Comments

There is a Home Depot on Michigan Avenue and Gulley and the police station is at Michigan Avenue and Beech Daly. When leaving the gas station in front of Home Depot or when exiting the parking lot by the drive closest to the police station, there is a sign that says – turn right only. If you turn right out of this drive and then immediately get to the left to make the Michigan left to go west on Michigan Avenue, the police sit on the street next to the TCF Bank and ticket those cars that make the Michigan left. I think this sign is misleading. There is another bank on Telegraph Road that has the exact same set up but you don’t get ticketed there. This bank is in Dearborn.

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