Monroe, North Carolina Speed Traps

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1800–2450 Concord Avenue near Hillsdale Drive

Monroe, North CarolinaNov 24, 20050 Comments

Speed limit used to be 45 mph and changed to 35 mph. Monroe city police started to inforce the very next day! They will sat at 2100 Concord Ave and also at Hillsdale Dr.or Sunnybrook Dr. with Radar!

US – 74 passing into Monroe

Monroe, North CarolinaMar 01, 20020 Comments

SHP and Monroe Police hide behind bushes trying to nab beach traffic. Spped limit drops from 55 to 45 without any (clearly) visible signage, and everyone does 60-65 anyway stay in the left lane and hide beside trucks and they can’t clock you due to the angle at which they are always parked

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