King, North Carolina Speed Traps

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NC Hwy 66, near Tom Gordan Rd.

King, North CarolinaJun 08, 20120 Comments

Hwy 66 from Mountain Rd. out to Hinging Rock State Park, speeds had been 55MPH for many, many years, most of the way from Hwy 66 to Moorespings Rd. still are 55MPH. However the first approx 10mi from Mountain Rd on change 4 or 5 times, from 55 down to 45 up to 55 down to 45 to 50, and back to 45, depending on just what direction you are going. The officers are nice enough about it when writing the ticket, they will even tell you how you can get it reduced. You are still looking at $220-500 and up depending on if you want the points on your License.

Kirby Road near State Highway Old 52

King, North CarolinaSep 03, 20060 Comments

The King p.d likes to sit on kirby road, either at the church as you enter the road from old hwy 52. Or a few other spots after you pass the church. It is a 35 zone, so stay 35, dont enter King unless you have the right tags, registration, working signals and all lights. Worst chance for getting pulled in the triad. Worse at night but they still sit around during the day.

Main Street near All through town

King, North CarolinaJun 21, 20060 Comments

Several residents have complained about the level of enforcement in this area, especially since the speed limit is 20 miles per hour through town. Residents have been cited for doing 22 in a 20 MPH zone and 37 in a 35 zone. The 20 MPH zone is even on a very steep slope up and downhill. Either void downtown King (take Moore-RJR Drive around it) or watch your speed.

Stretch of Highway 52 running thru Stokes County

King, North CarolinaNov 04, 20031 Comments

All travelers and commuters, heed these stern words!

Stokes County is among the poorest counties in North Carolina and is desperately cash strapped. The only major road running thru it is Highway 52 which goes thru a small corner of the county. The limit thru this entire run is 65. If you decide to go faster, be very very wary! State troopers regularly patrol and hide on shoulders and ramps here and will light you up lickety split. The county generally will work with you to go down to improper equipment with a good record..but be careful!

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