Howell, Michigan Speed Traps
Howell city police clock people going east and west. They also like to park unmaned patrol cars out there to slow traffic. What a bunch of tools.
All of Norton Road after Mason road splits off, at Bonnie Circle Subdivision, or right before Burkhart Road off of Norton Road. Howell Twp police sit at three different spots.
Police sit in parking lot of closed business watching westbound traffic. Right hand lane of Grand River is Right Turn Only at National and police consistently watch for and ticket drivers who proceed straight through the intersection and merge left into the only westbound lane after the intersection. Ten or so years ago, this maneuver was legal.
Often see cars being pulled over on Michigan Ave. Starting from Grand River all the way out to M-59 Speed limit goes from 35 mph to 25 mph Was personally pulled over near the gas station on the bridge area for going 5 mph over. Fought ticket in court and found 3-4 other drivers who were ticketed in the same area.
Howell City Police parking along Grand River (Both directions) in the downtown area, Their newer, low-profile, lights are hard to spot, especially at night.