Manchester, New Hampshire Speed Traps
Twice, late at night, I have seen state troopers sit in the breakdown lane immediately past the Exit 4 sign, the prominent "State Police" visible if you happen to be looking straight ahead. I got nailed the 3rd time I saw a trooper there, the trooper had gone ahead just enough into the curve so that I did not see him until it was too late.
speed and do not stop at stop sign
After the enterence at exit 1, in the pull over area. Alburn.
Radar can pick you once you are on Route 101 east, from Route 93 right after the first curve. Then the road slopes down and when it levels out you see them. but it is toooooo late because they aready had you at the curve on the hill. They will be there for days (Alburn Police) them gone for a few weeks before returning.
A police cruiser (seems to be always the same group of officers) will sit in the Christian Acadamy parking lot looking for people who do not stop for more than 5 seconds (outrageous) at this 4-way stop intersection (as the officer stated how to stop at a sign). I live in this neighborhood. I was pulled over because I was accused of not stopping at the sign while making a right hand turn eastbound onto Lowell Street. I did stop (2 seconds), but then pulled forward because I could not clearly see the roadway westward on Lowell Street due to on-street parking of vehicles. I won the ticket in court – even after the officer denied of making such a “5 seconds” rule, I presented a video evidence from a vigilante neighbor who had been taping the 4-way stop because of the frequent police stops in front of his home that had become annoying (especially with the bright LED blue lights).
LIDAR. The officer is under the bridge in the right breakdown land as you head East