Fort Mill, South Carolina Speed Traps

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Regent Park

Fort Mill, South CarolinaJun 08, 20110 Comments

Since this road has been opened up to go through to Pineville it has been patrolled heavily with a local security company. They have Radar but I think they have to bring local or Sheriff in to issue a ticket. Speed Limit is 35 but drops to 25 near the old Heritage USA. It is almost impossible to drive 25 through here.

160 Road near Springfield Bypass

Fort Mill, South CarolinaAug 12, 20080 Comments

Springfield parkway. It’s a new road and it is worked heavily. One day shift works it hard; the other day shift spends most of the time at the police station from what I have noticed while scoping things out. Their seems to be a gathering of police cars at the barracks when the one day shift is working (large officers). You need to figure out when the other day shift is on and than be very careful of your speeds on that road. Especially if the female sergeant gets you on that active shiFort

Interstate I-77

Fort Mill, South CarolinaOct 15, 20070 Comments

The police officers stand on bridges above the interstate in Fort Mill SC and clock people with radar guns. They have cops ready to pull out when someone is speeding.

State Highway I-77 North or South near Sutton Road

Fort Mill, South CarolinaSep 12, 20072 Comments

Fort Mill police and State Troppers along with North Carolina join together for a "speed trap" fest. They have cars on the over pass of Sutton Road with radar guns and others are lined up on the on ramp to "catch" the speeder. This is a 60 MPH – 4 lane highway and should be at least 65MPH.

Spratt Street near Kanawha Street

Fort Mill, South CarolinaJan 07, 20060 Comments

The speed limit sign is on the same sign as the town limits so it is small and hard to see. It drops from 45 to 30 and the cops sit in a dark parking lot on the right around a curve. The other side of the road is 45 in that same place, so how can they write you for speeding on one half of a road? If you are from Fort Mill however, don’t fret a ticket..The officers have been instructed not to write people that live in town, funny how that works and how word spreads, hardly seems fair to those of us from outside town limits…

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