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Bakersfield, California, an area in Southern California rich in music history, museum exhibits, regional attractions... and unfortunately, speed traps.
Spread across Bakersfield and Kern County are a plethora of hidden areas where police officers are ready to flash intimidating lights out and steal your money.
The speed traps are usually in areas that have a high rate of Bakersfield car accidents. Montoring areas know to have car accidents is fair. What is not fair, however, to to have our police officers wait in these areas and have them pounce on Barkersfield drivers.
Since Kern County motorists are aware of speed traps in the Bakersfield area, these drivers usually slow down when they drive by. Whether it works or not is debatable, but the number of Bakersfield car crash injuries and deaths isn't exactly a promotion.
To get an accurate picture of Bakersfield's road record, statistics from the California Highway Patrol's Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS) revealed that in 2006, 24 people died and 1,126 were injured in a Bakersfield car accident.
Pedestrians were safer, but still above average with 4 dying and 94 people being injured. If you come across the following areas while driving through Bakersfield, reduce your speed -- there is no good excuse for a life lost.
According to speedtrap.org, an unmarked police car monitors speed of cars passing the dairy farms. A CHP on the overpass will then pull you over due to your speed recorded by the unmarked vehicle. Twenty two users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
According to speedtrap.org, a motorcycle police officer parks along the side streets in this area. Nine users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
According to speedtrap.org, a motorcycle police officer is very well hidden in this area. Twenty three users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
According to speedtrap.org, the CHP sets up 3/4 of a mile south of the bridge on a turn out or just north of the bridge. Most motorists are caught going up or down the hill. Ten users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
According to speedtrap.org, a motorcycle police officer sits at Old Farm Road on the north side of the street. Thirty five users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
According to speedtrap.org, a motorcycle police officer parks on south El Portal and catches speeding motorists. Twenty three users confirmed that this is a speed trap.
According to speedtrap.org, CHP are almost constantly patrolling Airport Drive between Norris Road and 7th. Police officers will hide on side streets and various places, as well as perform general patrolling. Fifteen users confirmed that this is a speed trap.
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