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Avoid Speeding Tickets

Your online guide to Bear Traps (Speed Traps) and Exits for all the Interstate Highways of the United States.  When traveling the Intestate Highway System, check here for driving tips. 
Bears are creatures of habit

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Reported November 26 2001 by Andy

Interstate 90 in Washington State,  Mile Marker WA15 near Issaquah.

Andy reports; "This is a HUGE trap, possibly the biggest in the state on I-90 (either this one or the one at mile 9).  Can be for either eastbound or westbound drivers.  One or two troopers at a time sit in this trap.  Speed limit is 60 but they'll give about 10."

"Eastbound: Drivers start to get the sense they're leaving the urban area around this point and give a little extra gas.  Going eastbound, the trap is at the bottom of a hill beyond a stand of ever greens but it is easy to spot if you're looking for it."

"Westbound:  Primarily used at rush hour to catch carpool lane violators but can be used to catch speeders as well.  The carpool lane has started less than a mile before this point so they often get stragglers who don't "move over right away."

"My work is at exit 15 so I pass this spot 5 times a week and there is a trooper there about once a week, more often than not on a motorcycle (but just as visible as a Crown Vic if you're looking for it) in the summer months."

Looks like Anthony knows what he is talking about.

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