Asheville, North Carolina Speed Traps

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I26 East and West

Asheville, North CarolinaAug 30, 20101 Comments

Doesn’t matter which way you are going. As soon as you enter North Carolina from either Tennessee or S. Carolina the speed limit drops and the police are waiting within 1/4 mile of the state line to see if you noticed. If you missed it, you get a ticket – especially if you are from out of state!

I-26 & I-40 intersection

Asheville, North CarolinaMay 03, 20100 Comments

Very complicated intersection with mergers (from left) into high speed lanes that require acceleration to speed matching thensjh4 traffic while entering. Check out detailed map of this intersection on mapquest.

North Charlotte street north of Chestnut acon Ave.

Asheville, North CarolinaApr 17, 20100 Comments

Speed limit drops from 35 to 30 to 25mph within 3 blocks, APD set up in parking lots shooting northbound traffic. They also like to set up on the street just north of Macon where the limit is 25mph hitting traffic before it turns up Macon toward the Grove Park Inn.

Mile marker 55 I-40, Laser unit off Porter Cove Overpass

Asheville, North CarolinaApr 08, 20100 Comments

LASER used from fixed position on overpass {Porter Cove Rd.) mile marker 55 I-40. Chase cars are located in both directions

Patton Ave just before Smokey Park Hwy

Asheville, North CarolinaMar 28, 20100 Comments

The Asheville City police set in the lot at Balls Service Station with their lights off pointing towards town and clock people coming down the hill from the light at Malvern Hills entrance. They mostly do this on weekend nights but any night after 10:00 PM they could be there.

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