North Charleston, South Carolina Speed Traps
When you get off of I-26 at the Ashley Phosphate sign but continue going straight (and not exiting the freeway) There are 2 more exits that come up on the right after you get onto the long side exit area…
If you take the road to the right after the Ashley Phosphate exit, you will be presenting a Rivers West and Rivers East or something like that..
If you take the East, be sure to follow the Speed Reduction Signs, and be sure to go 45 when you hit that sign..
Police like to sit in the center area at the Y interchange and shoot cars coming off of, or entering the freeway (or continuing on Rivers East)
They sit right past the I-26 overpass in the church and school parking lots. The speed limit is only 30 mph on this long, straight road. I understand that they need to keep church and school zones safe, but this low is unecessary especially for the whole length of the road when the church and school are just a small part of it. Plus church and school zones are only busy during certain times of certain days. Cops are always flooded in this area as it is also dangerous at times.
Antler Road between Greenridge Road and Otranto Road is a new road with nothing on it at the present, but has a 30 mph speed limit. Way too slow for that road and thus is prime picking for cops who are usually near the K-mart parking lot or on a curve out of sight.
Cops commonly are seen on the side of the road between Montague and I-526. I passed through what looked like a blue light special the other night, there had to be at least six people pulled over in this short distance.
Seems like every third car on this road at night is a cop car. Also seen are DUI enforcement cars heavily patroling that road.