Fernley, Nevada Speed Traps

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95A, south from the light on Main street.

Fernley, NevadaOct 04, 20102 Comments

The speed limit here is 25. It looks like it should be 35 or maybe even 40. Nice wide road, not many driveways, etc.

I see the NHP raising funds here quite often. At least once a week.

About 8 or 10 years ago, the Highway department did a speed study, and found that more than 90% of the cars violated the speed limit. The average speed was something like 34 MPH, or so.

It has been an effective fundraiser for the 13 years I’ve lived in Fernley.

Derby Dam

Fernley, NevadaMar 18, 20101 Comments

On certain days anywhere from 6-8 HP cars will be parked on top of the exit. You can’t see them coming down the freeway and only can see them once they are speeding down the ramp to pull you over. The last time I was caught I was in a group of about five cars and they pulled us all over in a big line.

US Highway 50 near US Highway 50

Fernley, NevadaNov 13, 20072 Comments

The entire city of Fernley is the worlds largest Speedtrap, Also none of the law enforcement show any professionalism. Very sloppy to say the least, especially hot spots are the new round about, the city of Fernley police are very reasonable, the sheriffs office is simply out of control. The n.h.p in the area Well lets just say they are never having a good day, the city can’t be hurting for that much money there are new houses popping up every where paying tons of taxes. It’s time the city of Fernley started policing its own streets instead of farming it out to untrained and unprofessionalism. In turn a few giving all law enforcement officials an uphill battle.

I-80 from the Wadsworth exit to exit 48

Fernley, NevadaJan 22, 20032 Comments

This is a frequent speed trap. It is a real money maker for the state. The plane circles for hours on any given day of the week. The patrol cars hide out at the exits waiting for word from the eye in the sky.

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