Gallatin, Tennessee Speed Traps

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Maple St. and US31E

Gallatin, TennesseeAug 18, 20100 Comments

This intersection is about 1/2 mile south of TN Rte 25. The traffic signal at this location is controlled by a radar; however, it also is programmed to pick up speeding motorists. Citations will be mailed… to the owner of the vehicle. Photo is taken of the license plate of vehicles exceeding the speed limit.

On highway 25 at Sumner County Regional Hospital

Gallatin, TennesseeJun 23, 20100 Comments

The radar is usually located just prior to Perkins Drugs comming into Gallatin on Highway 25. If not there they are 200 feet up the road in the medical building acrossw from the hospital. They use motorcycle , Standing in front of Telephone pole and car just off the road so as to be unnoticable. This is a daily sight, day and night. Speed limit drops from 35 to 30

Gallatin Rd – Indian Lake Rd. H’ville to Maple Dr. Gallatin

Gallatin, TennesseeJun 21, 20100 Comments

Truthfully, all of Gallatin Rd. from Hendersonville at Indian Lake Rd. all the way to Gallatin at Maple Dr. is a speed trap. Common places to see police are on the left side of Gallatin Rd. right past the KMart shopping center in H’ville, near the mini-market across from Bluegrass Country Club, near the on ramp to Vietnam Vets Blvd., near the Hunt Club, near Lowes as you’re driving into Gallatin. Then there is a red light camera at Cages Bend Rd. and two red light cameras in Gallatin – one a Belvedere near Walmart and one at Maple Dr. Gallatin and H’ville police don’t have that much too do so they make money for the city fining citizens for minor traffic violations.

State Highway 25 & Upper Station Camp Creek Rd

Gallatin, TennesseeJan 11, 20091 Comments

police wait at fire hall speed drops from 50 to 30 on A steep dowhill. if you coast your going close to 60 when you pass. Tend to be there in late night and early moring hours

Vietnam Veterans Parkway near Harris Lane

Gallatin, TennesseeMar 16, 20082 Comments

The new part of St Rt 386 out of Gallatin toward Hendersonville near Harris Lane. Police or Troopers will sit at the far end of an bridge abutment behind the mound of dirt where they can’t be seen till you’re right up on them. Posted limit is 70, but traffic moves faster since it’s very rural. 4 Lane highway, less than a year old. Be smart, use your detector!

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