Charleston, South Carolina Speed Traps
There is a motorcycle cop who sits on the downtown Charleston side of the bridge on the side of the road. He is able from this vantage point to pull drivers who come off the bridge off ramp to fast of people who speed or people who run the yellow light trying to get on I-526 heading toward Mt. Pleasant.
CONSTRUCTION ZONE. Speed limit is 35mph (not the normal 55) and is in effect 24/7 until the construction zone is taken down or moved.
Between Tobias Gadson and Bairds Cove the posted construction speed limit is 35 mph. Police are enforcing this DAILY!!! If traveling from Bees Ferry road at 55 mph be aware that the speed limit decreases to 35 mph 3/4 mile before the Magwood intersection. Drivers be aware, as tickets are being issued like candy on Haloween!!
Motorcycle cop sits in the median fork where I26 forks into King and Meeting. Speed limit is 50 mph. You can’t see the cop until you round the corner and it’s too late. Cop has been there three days in a row now and almost always has someone pulled. Be careful!
you better come to a complete stop at the next 2 stop signs. They are always hidin on the side waiting for you to roll past. Right as you turn on glendale (flashing light) off of Ashley River rd there are a couple of stop signs before you get into Canterbury Woods. You better stop or get a $137 ticket.