Charleston, South Carolina Speed Traps

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Antler Road near Super K-mart parking

Charleston, South CarolinaApr 28, 20080 Comments

N. Charleston police sit in K-mart parking lot waiting for traffic coming down Antler Rd. Speed limit is only 30 and they know that’s lowballed.

Road that runs beside Lowes Trail near Savage Road

Charleston, South CarolinaFeb 21, 20080 Comments

The little cut through that runs beside Lowes/St. Francis hospital that brings you out to Savage Rd (if you crossover you’re heading to Costco). Cops have been known to set up checkpoints there (weird place, but hey…). I have also seen a cop sitting in a Charger off the side of the road with the radar. You wouldn’t think that this would be a trap, but I have seen it numerous of times- so just do the speed limit. I believe the limit is like 25-30mph. It’s been various times of the day- so not worth it.

Orleans Road near Paul Cantrell & Sam Rittenburg Boulevard

Charleston, South CarolinaFeb 21, 20080 Comments

From Paul Cantrell Blvd- just before the Citadel Mall (or from Sam Rittenburg just after passing the Citadel Mall) on Orleans Rd stands 1 motorcycle cop with the radar and usually 1-2 pursuit cops/motorcycles. They are there at all times of day and very frequent. Speed limit is 30mph- I suggest that you just do the limit b/c they are ALWAYS out there.

Lockwood Drive near US Highway Savannah

Charleston, South CarolinaNov 05, 20070 Comments

When going down Lockwood towards downtown Charleston (passing the Coast Guard base on your right) you will go around a sharp curve to your leFort..they are always sitting there on the left as you go around the turn.

Interstate 26 near Meeting Street

Charleston, South CarolinaOct 25, 20070 Comments

On I-26 east toward Meeting Street, the speed limit drops from 50 to 35. Around the curve, there is usually a cop on a motorcycle on the side.

She pulled me one day and told me that she gets a lot of people every day.

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