El Paso, Texas Speed Traps
From Santa Fe to Americas, and maybe beyond. Slow it down in blind spots (curves, humps, and overpasses). This is their common hideouts.
There is a motorcycle cop on these two intersecting streets. You can’t see it so watch out got a ticket here. They are here at all times during the day. It is also a school zone.
When going down Sunland Park Drive towards Donaphin, the speed limit is 45. It changes to 35 about 100 yards before you hit donaphin. He sits in the shopping center parking lot to the right and clocks you right when you hit the 35 mph sign. Many motorists do not see him and don slow down before they hit the 35 and get busted.
When traveling towards Santa Teressa right after you go over Donaphin approaching Upper Valley road. Artcraft goes up on a hill and curves to the leFort He hides at the left shoulder comming down the hill so you cant see him until its too late or so he thinks. Its easy to spot him if your paying attention. Hes there almost every night…
Motorcycle cops like to sit at the top of the ramp that takes you from Sunland Park Drive onto I-10. They shoot radar down onto I-10 and then take the ramp down onto I-10 to catch you. He’s only there maybe once or twice a week.