Cypress Speed Traps
Residents of Cypress, California are please in what seems to be an increase in speed traps in Cypress, California.
These speed traps are discretely spread all over the city, in what seems to be an attempt by the city to take money from hard-working, tax paying citizens.
Although this is a classic David v. Goliath situation, there some positive uses for speed traps in these areas that aren't associated with knocking out the Cypress' budget deficit.
Cypress speed traps are placed in areas that have a high rate of car accidents. The argument is that they are there to save lives.
The concept of American law enforcement hiding and emerging from behind bushes to issue a ticket seems peculiar with questionable motives. Judgement aside, they have a purpose of decreasing catastrophic injury and death.
According to the California Highway Patrol's Statewide Integrated Traffic Records System (SWITRS) in 2006, four people died and 172 were injured in Cypress car collisions. If speed traps are placed in areas that are prone to Cypress car accident, it would be wise to stay alert in the following areas.
Valley View Street and Katella Avenue Speed Trap
According to speedtrap.org, one block north of Katella Avenue, next to hope street, the posted speed limit has recently changed and motorcycle police officers have started catching motorists that have yet to notice. Nine users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
Holder Street near Cerritos Avenue Speed Trap
According to speedtrap.org, a motorcycle police officer parks at the west end corner of Holder Street right before Cerritos Avenue. Nine users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
Walker Street near Lincoln Boulevard Speed Trap
According to speedtrap.org, there is a "no right turn on red" from north-bound Walker to east bound Lincoln. More than one unit often sets up in liquor store parking lots. People that are aware of this intersection often speed up to avoid the long wait just to make a right turn. Nine users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
Orange Avenue near Cypress City College Speed Trap
According to speedtrap.org, a motorcycle police officer can often be found lurking in one of the apartment house driveways near Cypress during daylight hours. The posted speed is 35 mph but the prevailing speed is usually mugh higher. The area gets worked like a garden patch -- the combination of a wide street and light traffic is just too tempting! Fifteen users confirmed that this is a speed trap.
Lincoln Avenue near Denni Street Speed Trap
According to speedtrap.org, a motorcycle police officer parks in resident driveways waiting to catch speeding motorists. Seven users have confirmed this is a speed trap.
Orange Avenue between Walker Street and Valley View Street Speed Trap
According to speedtrap.org, there is usually a motorcycle poice officer hidden behind the concrete wall immediately after you pass the community center. People often speed on Orange Avenue, so watch your speed near this community center and you will be fine. Thirteen users have confirmed that this is a speed trap.
Cypress Personal Injury
If you have become the victim of a speed trap in Cypress, California or would like to know more about your rights as a motorist when pulled over, call the Cypress personal injury lawyers at Bisnar Chase now for a free professional evaluation of your case by experienced attorneys who have represented over 10,000 clients since 1978. You will experience award winning representation and outstanding personal service by a friendly law firm in a comfortable environment.