Wilmington, North Carolina Speed Traps

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Old Cardinal Lanes Bowling Alley – Shipyard Blvd

Wilmington, North CarolinaApr 08, 20240 Comments

Going towards 17th street, property bordered by woods. WPD and NCSHP tucks in both deep in the lot plus use the woods as a barrier. You can not see them. But they will come out for you.

The new state highway “417” from 140 to Gordon Road

Wilmington, North CarolinaDec 19, 20230 Comments

Brand new road opened last week. 45 mph right off of a 70 MPH road. Road is full of blind curves where the state troopers love to hide out. Especially the unmarked and the “ghostmarked” Charger.

I-140, the Chair Road overpass

Wilmington, North CarolinaFeb 06, 20230 Comments

The center pillars for the Chair Road overpass is nicely barricaded and paved around them. I-140 road on both sides approaches this overpass as a blind curve and the Sheriffs Department loves to use this area underneath the overpass as a tuck in point for a speedtrap.

I-140 E – Bottom of the Dan Cameron Bridge, east of US 421

Wilmington, North CarolinaFeb 06, 20230 Comments

The Bridge goes across both US 421 and the Cape Fear River and has both an uphill portion and a downhill portion. At the bottom of the downhill portion on the other side (east) of the river, sometimes either the Highway Patrol or the Sheriffs Department sit there at the bottom tucked in either the grassy median on the left or the “specially made” hidden embankment on the right clocking and pulling.

S. College Road – Abandoned K-Mart

Wilmington, North CarolinaFeb 06, 20230 Comments

Parking lot is deep. Cops love to sit there in the deep, clock, and you can’t see them until it’s too late.

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