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Is it one of our worst nightmares to see a uniform standing out at us and look down and realize that darn truck jumped over the speed limit, again. On MSN I notice an article by Mark Atkinson taking about the line between speed enforcement for safety and just the dreaded speed trap. He pointed out a US based Motorist Association that runs Speedtrap.org a forum that allows users to tell other drivers about popular speed trap locations. They have the listing of the worst North american Cities. Start with Alberta, worst City to get hit in, Calgary, worst trap, Deerfoot Tr. to Southland Dr. How about BC? Bet you

St.Norbert. I would think those darn cameras in Wpg are much worse. In Ontario we are talking

Toronto, Eglinton at Leslie

In Saskatchewan it is of course Saskatoon at the corner of McKercher & 8th St. A radar trap in SK can shoot from the MB border to AB. In North Dakota Fargo is did not know Vancouver is the worst by Boundary Rd. near Marine Dr. You would have thought maybe the Coq. Manitoba, it is Hwy 75 at listed as the worst for speed traps.

Canadian Trucking Magazine October 2010 Edition  

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Canadian Trucking Magazine October 2010 Edition  

Canadian Trucking Magazine built for Transport

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