Columbus, North Carolina Speed Traps

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I-26 near Columbus

Columbus, North CarolinaSep 04, 20130 Comments

The car wasn’t really marked like a normal police car and they weren’t in uniform. They admitted my vehicle wasn’t even capable of the speed I was accused of, and that I probably wasn’t going that fast. They would not tell me the cost of the ticket, I had to go to court for that. Had to hire an attorney for a speeding ticket. Apparently, this is normal for NC. This is my last vacation in this state.

Hwy. 108 just outside of town heading towards high school

Columbus, North CarolinaOct 19, 20110 Comments

I live in Tryon, but travel daily to Lake Adger and often come through Columbus, and I’ve been noticing a few times recently right after where the speed limit changes from 25 back to 35 (right after the car wash), in the middle of the right hand curve at the bottom of the hill, a trooper is tucked away in the parking lot of some sort of maintenance building for Windstream.

I-26 southbound approx. 1 mile down from Columbus

Columbus, North CarolinaOct 19, 20110 Comments

Trooper often sits in the median pull through next to the welcome center.

West Mills Street near Interstate I-26

Columbus, North CarolinaFeb 04, 20080 Comments

West Mills St. is State Hwy 108 and a two-way main thoroughfare with a turn lane in the middle. The speed limit was 35 mph until it was suddenly dropped to 25 mph.
Now some traffic creeps along this stretch of road which looks like most other roads in business areas with speed limits of 35 to 45 mph.

Interstate 26 east bound near Interstate Saluda Grade

Columbus, North CarolinaFeb 21, 20052 Comments

Trooper Seating in curve

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