Monticello, Utah Speed Traps

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On 191 northbound out of Monticello, Utah

Monticello, UtahJan 16, 20110 Comments

2 N miles out of the city its open country there is a rise in the road. He was at the bottom of the hill. 45mph in 30 m zone. $115

State Highway 191 near US Highway 491

Monticello, UtahMar 20, 20081 Comments

Driving north on 191, appeared to be out of town, speed increased from 30 to 40. Got nabbed at 40 mile sign for speeding up 20 feet too early.


3/2008

State Highway 191 near Mile marker 171 South of town

Monticello, UtahDec 03, 20040 Comments

Nortbound behine another vehicle on two lane highway. Then splite into two lanes. Officer flashe lites at Chevy van that passed both vehicle as the road widened,then use his red lights, made a "U" turn and the vehicle in front and I pulled over. He took information and ran a check ( about 7 minutes) He ask if I knew the speed limit and proceeded to explain I was doing 75 mph. I asked him how fast the vehicle in front was going and he told me 60mph. It became obvious that when I asked how I could be doing &5 behind a vehicle doing 60 I had best cool off. He then ask if we were traveling together, When he found we were not he told the other vehicle to leave. I was ticketed and the vehicles that passed us and the one in front of me was not ( all Utah vehicles/ mine is Arizona.
The issue is still not settled. Another example of "Law enforcement for monetary gain"

Highway 191

Monticello, UtahJun 22, 20030 Comments

I was stopped in a construction zone by a State Trooper with a canine. He said I was traveling 86 in a 55 construction zone. I didn’t believe that I had been through a construction zone and I asked if he would tear up the ticket if he there was no construction zone. He said he would tear up the ticket and buy me dinner if there were no cones. I went back and looked and there were cones all over the place! He was really quite friendly and explained to me how radar works even though it was a $200 ticket it was quite a nice experience. You have to give credit where credit is due.

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