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gizmoflak
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Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
I wonder how many new traffic violations will be invented to make up for lost revenues due to much fewer cars on the roads.


JackieTreehorn
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
Cops in Spanish Fort AL are pulling people over for going 59 in a 55. That driver was I.


msutiger
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
Fingers crossed Dodson, Louisiana goes bankrupt and falls off the face of the earth


MasterAbe1
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
One thing I wish this virus could create is the idea that Quotas are frickin stupid.


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Konkey Dong
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
Golden meadow gonna become Bronze meadow


The Sea Otter
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
meanwhile in Waterproof LA



upgrayedd
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
WBR was teeming with city, parish, and state cops last weekend.


ArmyVet
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
With Coushatta Casino closed down, the village of Fenton has probably lost most of their revenue, with out the folks from Texas driving through there. Watch out when that Casino opens up again.


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maisweh
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
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Golden meadow gonna become Bronze meadow

Nah, fourchon still kicking.


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Bmath
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
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Cops in Spanish Fort AL are pulling people over for going 59 in a 55. That driver was I.


So much for social distancing.


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Jim Rockford
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
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WBR was teeming with city, parish, and state cops last weekend.


I was once caught in a WBR speed trap disguised as a surveying crew.


Demshoes
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
I would argue that NOLA is a speed trap/red light trap town with all the damn cameras and roving camera vans. And they are definitely affected because there are no cars on the road. frickers.


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upgrayedd
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
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I was once caught in a WBR speed trap disguised as a surveying crew.


That's probably because you were too drunk


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Tempratt
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
The vultures are ready to pick every drivers bones.


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BlindTiger7
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
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Fingers crossed Dodson, Louisiana goes bankrupt and falls off the face of the earth


I could say the same about Baskin, LA


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Joehat
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Member since Jun 2011
643 posts

re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
RIP Poplarville!


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tkeefer
TX
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732 posts

re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
Dubach gonna go broke.


MSUDawg98
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Member since Jan 2018
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
Two weekends ago I was traveling in the midwest and there was a huge police presence. I lock CC in at 75-76 and 10 minutes into the driver I didn't see the cop until it was too late. Car in the passing lane hit his brakes while I did not. 5 seconds later he pulls out and I see in my rearview mirror the driver didn't even wait for the lights before pulling over. After that I saw a ton of county cops but they were all occupied with other cars. The weird thing was flying through Chicago's bypass (45mph) I stuck with 70 and state cops really didn't seem to GAF since traffic was flowing good.


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Mr Clean
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
We played Waterproof High in football back in the good ole days


TigerstuckinMS
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re: Are speed-trap towns affected a lot by the outbreak?
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Golden meadow gonna become Bronze meadow



This just won underrated OT post of the day.


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