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NMA Releases Top Speed Traps

June 29, 2006

As a public service, the National Motorists Association (NMA) has prepared a list of the top ten speed trap cities in the United States. All motorists would be well-advised to keep these locations in mind while driving this holiday:1. Detroit, Michigan suburbs
2. Washington D.C.
3. Orlando, Fla.
4. Colorado Springs, Colo.
5. Houston, Tex.
6. Virginia Beach, Va.
7. Austin, Tex.
8. Baton Rouge, La.
9. Nashville, Tenn.
10. Fresno, Calif.
This list was created from the NMA's SpeedTrap Exchange (www.speedtrap.org), a site devoted to identifying the location of speed traps.Although these are the top ten speed trap cities in the nation, arbitrarily low speed limits combined with heavy enforcement means there are many other areas in which drivers should be alert to avoid a traffic citation.
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