Where Are Speed Traps Located?

If you've been caught in a speed trap -- points along main roads where posted speed limits are enforced strictly by police -- you know how frustrating and expensive it can be.

Before you take your next crosstown trip, consider checking the SpeedTrap Exchange first.

The exchange is a clearinghouse for known speed traps all over the United States, as well as in Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico, as reported by consumers. Click on a state and you'll find countless listings by city, their individual locations and comments by folks who have seen these traps in action or been caught.

In addition, SpeedTrap Exchange, sponsored by the National Motorists Association, also features a small but helpful bank of articles on how to fight speeding tickets and avoid them in the future.

SpeedTrap Exchange


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