Saint George, South Carolina Speed Traps

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On I-95 South Near I-26

Saint George, South CarolinaJan 05, 20180 Comments

I was ticketed/fined on I-95 South, for driving 86 MPH, I had my cruise set at 72 (In a 70) was passing a truck that had its flashers on, I Explained to the officer that he must have been mistaken and he informed me that I was in the wrong for speeding. And he was going to be nice and not write it for points on my license just a fine. Also I could drive 700 Miles from my home to go to court to dispute the ticket since we disagreed.

On I-95 near intersection of I-26

Saint George, South CarolinaAug 24, 20170 Comments

Ticketed on I-95 North bound for driving 85 mph. I had cruise control set at 70 and the speedometer showed my speed at 70. I also had Waze app open and the GPS speedometer in the app showed my speed at 70. I was ticketed for driving 85 mph by a sheriff deputy from Dorchester County, SC. Obviously I was singled out by the deputy.

US Highway 78 near US Highway 78

Saint George, South CarolinaOct 17, 20060 Comments

The local police patrol issuing citations at every given opportunity on this 4 lane stretch through the main part of St. George. We were issued a citation (56 in a 45) and while the cop was still in the parking lot with the front of his vehicle (and radar) facing away from Highway 78, he after giving us the ticket immediately pulled out and stopped a passing truck towing a trailer. There was no possible way he could have clocked the driver because the radar system was pointing in opposite direction at the time he pulled the next driver.

at the intersection of I-95 and US 78 and US 15.

Saint George, South CarolinaJul 01, 20011 Comments

The St George police department has for years ran a speed trap within the town limits. Limits change from 35 to 25 and back to 35 and 45 and nothing makes any sense nor is consistent. There are two old town police cars sitting on highway 78 near I-95 containing (actually) two manniquins (dummies dressed as cops). There is an old cop around 70 to 75 years old, and nepotism exists in the small department. The police chief has hired his son to work with him and the son is "gung ho". He wrecked the police car recently chasing somebody (har har har). Watch out at St George when in town. IT IS A SPEED TRAP and they don’t give warnings and they do take your drivers license points.

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