Kensington, New Hampshire Speed Traps

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Kimball Road near State Highway 108

Kensington, New HampshireJun 08, 20070 Comments

This is a very sparsely populated road. There is one obstructed sign at the top of the hill showing 25 mph. You have to brake all the way down to even maintain 30mph. They patrol often and get you at the bottom where it goes through a bog with no houses in sight, and no further signage.

State Route 107 near State Highway 150

Kensington, New HampshireSep 24, 20060 Comments

They do use radar. They hover around the intersection mentioned and also onto 150. The speed limit on 108 is fifty mph and, admittedly, there are two signs – one that says the speed limit will drop to 35 and then one announcing that it is 35MPH. I travel this road about once-twice a week and almost always see someone pulled over. It’s a small rural town. Although enforcement is constant and seems exploitive, I can’t say the limit is unrealisitic, it is realistic for the road. Thanks.


Kensington, New HampshireMay 10, 20030 Comments

The Kensington Police tend to write cheap tickets and stop people for things that they probably didn’t even do. I suggest planning your travel outside of the Town of Kensington.

Rt 107 and Amesbury Rd.

Kensington, New HampshireMar 01, 20010 Comments

There is a 1/2 mile of road heading east on 107 before the intersection and 1/2 mile of road after the intersection that is patroled vigorously by Kensington police. The road has bends, hills, turns and a speed limit of 35mph. They stop you for 38mph agressively. I’m sure they stop citizens to increase their koffers. I try to avoid this road at all costs, they’re vindictive. You should stay out of Kensington.

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