Pulaski, Virginia Speed Traps
Draper Exit, both North and South Bound Lanes. Pulaski County Sheriffs Department and Va State Police Man this exit.
This is a residential street with 25 MPH speed limit posted. On the South end of the street drivers have to cross a steep hill. Police hide in a driveway at the base of the hill and catch drivers as they accelerate to climb the hill. They are there up to 6 hours per day and tell you they have zero tolerance for speeding there and issue tickets for as little a 5 miles over.
Troopers stay hidden on the median and tag vehicle coming on the downslope that are passing. Beware.
Cops hide in the dark by the side of the road, on a downhill stretch. I was stopped after stopping for a sandwich at 9:15 P. M. They charge, besides the fine for speeding, court costs, which are more than the fine for slower speed tickets. Best to avoid Pulaski.
The town of Pulaski, VA is so economically depressed, the cops hide everywhere to try to catch speeders. There is no 5 over here. Critzer school exit driveway, esp on Sundays. At night they hide in darkened store lots.