Greenville, South Carolina Speed Traps
Burgundy Ford Taurus-K9 unit (Greenville County Sheriffs Office)with regular tags. Green Tahoes SUVs’ (South Carolina Highway Patrol)regular tags.
One cop likes to hide behind a large 16-wheeler truck. The truck is occasionally there and sometimes is switched with a different large truck with foreign markings printed on the sides. The truck is in a church parking lot next to a baseball field. **Other speedtrap seen between the yellow tape at the I-385 exit heading South on rainy days.
Traveling on Laurens road from Greenville towards Mauldin there is an open span of road for about 1 1/2 miles where cops sit at the end of the hill. This is after you pass under I-85 and the next stop until you reach the next stop light. I go that way to work and see them almost everyday.
Two Camaros belonging to SC Highway Patrol parked on the shoulder with all lights off. Can’t even see it until you pass it by. They space the cars a mile or two apart.
Excessive patrol of construction zone on I-385 between the I-85 interchange and downtown Greenville. This area is patrolled mainly by Greenville County Sheriff officers and Greenville City Police Dept. Traffic Enforcement officers at all times of the day. Watch for patrol cars hidden behind and around construction barriers.