Ardmore, Oklahoma Speed Traps

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Commerce Street near Broadway Street

Ardmore, OklahomaJul 28, 20080 Comments

Ardmore P.D. sets at top of hill facing southbound to catch speeders coming in northbound on Commerce before the stop light at Broadway.

State Highway 70 East near Lake Murray Drive

Ardmore, OklahomaJan 24, 20080 Comments

Four way stop sign – County Sheriff looking for rolling stops and speeding up to the 4-way stop at the main entrance to Lake Murray State park. I’ve been pulled over as late as 10:00 pm for chirping the tires as I pulled away from the intersection. Officers typically wait in the parking lot of the gas station and are well conceiled.

US Highway 77

Ardmore, OklahomaMay 27, 20060 Comments

Traveling Southbound on Hwy 77 into Ardmore right before the stoplight at Veteran’s Blvd, the speed zone changes from 50mph to 40mph. This wouldn’t be a problem except that the speed limit sign is partially obstructed by trees and cannot be readily seen until you are right on it. There is a cop with a serious attitude that waits in a motel parking lot just after the speed change and stop as many as he can. Stay under 40, but KNOW HOW FAST YOU ARE GOING! He pulled my wife over the other day at this intersection doing 37 in a 40 and tried to bully her (obviously he didn’t know my wife). He’s not there all the time, but often.

Interstate 35 North near Exit Number 33

Ardmore, OklahomaMar 10, 20040 Comments

There was obviously a planned event to bust speeders heading North on I-35. Speed was being detected via airplane (my radar detector didn’t go off at all) and patrol cars flagging people down as they came by them (even if you were travelling well within the posted speed limits by that time)

I-35N, just about 5-8 miles before Ardmore exit

Ardmore, OklahomaJul 01, 20012 Comments

I assume that Oklahoma police uses Airplane starting form the south border of Oklahoma state. I was "cought" doing 88 in a 70 zone. I was coming from Texas and they cought me right after I crossed Red River which is the border between Texas and Oklahoma.

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