Talala, Oklahoma Speed Traps

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HWY 169

Talala, OklahomaOct 17, 20160 Comments

Speed limit is 45mph along about 1mile of highway. Four lane highway, northbound, merges into 2 lane highway with right lane turning into a turn lane. “Merge Now” sign is about 50 feet before lane ends. Chief of Police is 1 of 2 fulltime officers and will fabricate actual speed you are driving. He will also issue citation for “Improper use of lane” because you were driving in the right lane, which is not a violation of any traffic law. Also to note: Their traffic court is a joke. The police chief sits behind the podium only 2 feet from the judge and passes notes back and forth with judge during court. The 2015 financial report for Talala shows that approximately 73% of the town’s revenue is from traffic citations at approximately $150,000. All other revenue for this city is a little over $90,000. There is nothing fair and impartial about this town.

on Hwy 169

Talala, OklahomaJul 03, 20160 Comments

4 lane has 45 mile an hour speed limit town of 300- 1 business

Hwy 169 northeast Oklahoma

Talala, OklahomaMay 04, 20120 Comments

One mile of 169 Hwy goes thru this town speed limit 45 mph if they cannot get you for speeding they will stop you for window tint which it take them about 2 miles to get you stopped outside of town so they can see how fast their car can go.

US Highway 169 near Romana Cutoff Road

Talala, OklahomaFeb 03, 20080 Comments

Small town law enforcement. Typical for small rural towns on Oklahoma highways. Cocky Smart-alecky officer tries to prompt an argument. Then lies to you saying "he’s saving you money, besides this won’t go against your driving record or insurance rates."

State Highway 169

Talala, OklahomaNov 20, 20051 Comments

Used to be a curve in the road and the speed limit went down to 35. Now the highway is a straight four lane and the speed limits are still the same. Town of 240 people with 2 full-time police, four police cars, and over $80,000 in tickets last year.

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