Lincolnton, North Carolina Speed Traps

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Across from Waffle House – Abernathy Chevrolet lot

Lincolnton, North CarolinaMar 14, 20150 Comments

State Trooper, both marked and unmarked white vechicle sit in parking lot and watch for seatbelt, no tag, and speeders, red light runners. Sherrif and local city cops also use this spot.

Hwy 27, west of the county courthouse.

Lincolnton, North CarolinaFeb 01, 20120 Comments

State Troopers routinely sit at the tanning salon in front of Bilo/Ace Hardware. Coming from Lincolnton they are on the right, the speed limit is 35. Heading into Lincolnton the limit changes from 45 to 35 just before getting here.

They have also been sitting on 27 where Hwy 182 breaks off. This entire area spans about 1/4 mile.

Intersection of Car Farm Road and Buffalo Shoals Rd.

Lincolnton, North CarolinaJan 20, 20111 Comments

Approaching Car Farm Rd, the trooper sits off to side of road. Speed limit goes from 45 to 35 mph and the sign is easily missed because of trees. The trooper pulls off the side of road and you cannot see him or the sign until you are well within the 35 mph zone.

Old HWY 150(State Rd 1407) in Hilltop community

Lincolnton, North CarolinaNov 19, 20100 Comments

The speed limit has recently been dropped to 35 MPH from the intersection with HWY 27 to just past Hilltop Superette. Both state troopers and deputies often sit near Hilltop Superette, sometimes stopping multiple cars at once.

U.S. Hwy. 321 (Under the Lincolnton Exit Bridge)

Lincolnton, North CarolinaJan 17, 20100 Comments

The troopers and Lincolnton police cars like to hide in the bushes under the legs of the bridge and wait for speeders to come by.

Also, in Lincolnton do not think that just because it is a sheriffs car that they will not pull you over. My wife used to think the same thing and she also received a speeding ticket. A police officer is a police officer even if he’s a sheriff, a deputy, a state trooper or county officer.

Be careful my friends they are getting very sneaky.

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