High Point, North Carolina Speed Traps

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Wendover Av–Tarrant Rd to Guilford College Dr

High Point, North CarolinaOct 29, 20030 Comments

This stretch of road is 2 lanes both ways with a large median, but the speed limit is 45 mph. Luckily the High Point Police usually don’t care about anything up to 15 mph over the posted limit. Anythinng above 58 mph out here and your gonna get pulled.

Barrow Rd. area

High Point, North CarolinaJan 30, 20030 Comments

Along Barrow Rd. State Troopers like to sit in the many neighborhood entrances and their service trails with lidar and instant-on radar. They do this no matter what time of day, but especially mid afternoon and at night. They take great pride in catching people after school has let out and the school zone is still in effect. They use motorcycles and cars, and even the HP city police gets in on this from time to time.

Hwy 311 north from Eastchester Drive on-ramp to Johnson Street exit

High Point, North CarolinaJul 30, 20020 Comments

SHP and local police (motorcycle and squads) will sit under the bridge and above on and off ramps. Have also been seen "hiding" in the median brushy areas.

Eastchester Dr./Westchester Dr.

High Point, North CarolinaApr 01, 20010 Comments

Cops on motorcycles who do nothing but write tickets all day long. If you drive Eastchester or Westchester WATCH OUT!!!

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