Everett, Washington Speed Traps
Motorcycles parked in driveways on 112th both East and West of 4th ave
Motorcycle cop with radar at end of tressle just before road splits and highway 2 veers right
Just as you leave the Port of Everett area, you’ll go downhill on a long, curved slope. Most times, you’re either (1) too busy braking to notice the 60 mph sign – road right, or (2) go with the accelerating traffic flow. Once on level ground, it’s natural to continue with the accelerated speed, esp. since there’s no apparent reason this stretch should be 60 mph – no ramps (until Marysville, 5 miles away), no storefront businesses, and relatively sparse AM traffic. Especially when the weather warms up, an unmarked (usually blue) car will wait for you under the viaduct at 196th, left lane. I’ve also seen motorcycle cops pointing radar on occasion. Most times, I pass by since these cops are already busy with one or two cars. This spot can be unpredictable as it is a feast or famine trap. They’ll disappear for a while, then hit the area hard for a few weeks, and then disappear again.
UNDETECTABLE! WSP parked on left shoulder about 200 yards past truck scales shooting cars in left lane with laser. Extremely nasty–crest in hill makes him invisible until you are less than 100 yards away. Since left lane has just changed from HOV to all-traffic, they get a lot of single-drivers who were held up in other lanes who have just "released" into the open left lane.
two suped up honda preludes are owned by the police department body kits exhasts and the whole package, they will challenge you to a game of drag.. perhaps reving