Webbers Falls, Oklahoma Speed Traps

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State Highway 64 near Arkansas River Bridge

Webbers Falls, OklahomaAug 29, 20041 Comments

They also love to sit in the bank parking lot next to the Arkansas River Bridge facing the South or towards the bridge catching you as you come off the bridge with no way to avoid it and also there is a yard bush that they hide behind making it more difficult to see them

From Webbers Falls to Arkansas line

Webbers Falls, OklahomaDec 31, 20020 Comments

I drove to Atlanta, GA in September 2002 and met five Oklahoma Highway Patrol Units in roving mode and fixed along the highway during this 40 mile stretch of I-40 between Webbers Falls and Arkansas. Oklahoma must be desperate for revenue as the enforcement was almost "Nazi-like" for this portion of the trip. It must be noted that I did not encounter enforcement of this magnitude in any other state during the trip. Since I kept the speed limit between 75-80 in the 70 mph zone I managed to avoid a citation. I have also noticed that Oklahoma also patrol its turnpikes with just as much zeal. If only they would help stranded motorists with as much enthusiasm as they do in writing citations. During this particular stretch in Oklahoma, I passed four or five motorists which were stranded alongside the highway with car trouble and not one had a trooper parked by their car offering their help. Oh well, I guess it’s a matter of priorties. Apparently, assisting motorists doesn’t bring in as much revenue as assisting stranded motorists.

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