I posted this at a forum in my home area:
To my surprise I didn't receive one thanks. Instead I was blasted a little.I do a lot of driving. Occasionally I'm running late and tend to drive faster than I probably should. So I decided to buy a radar detector (Vector 995). Hopefully the $300 I dropped will save me a $200+ ticket and insurance bumps.
I just bought my detector today and the only signal I got was from a Ranger in Wellfleet. I know the Staties setup a laser trap between exit 6-7. Other than those, does anyone know what each town uses?
Also where are the traps?
I know of a bunch on the lower Cape:
Provincetown: They sit right at the Truro border on 6, (Truro does the same thing), and along the stretch from the Truro border to the first set of lights. Especially around Snail Rd.
Truro: Provincetown border, around the Citgo station, the elementary school, and occasionally on parts of old rt 6, near Bayberry and close to the Wellfleet border.
At least one cruiser on the road at night/early morning.
Wellfleet: Around Scumbys, Mobile, PJ's, and around Marconi.
At night Wellfleet likes to play games on the road. They are probably the most aggressive on the lower Cape. I'm pretty sure they've taken the crown away from Eastham as far as tickets go. I've seen them follow a car close, then when another car passes them they quickly turn around in the middle of the road, and get right on the ass of that car. I've had them get so close on my bumper that I couldn't even see their headlights, and I'm not the only one who has had this happen. Obviously, those are tactics used to intimidate drivers at night.
At least two cruisers patrolling during the night/early morning in the summer.
Eastham: At the Flea Market, across from Big Al's hot dog stand, around the Sheraton, The Redbarn, at the cemetery across from Olivers, the RMV, and right before the rotary.
At night/early morning they have at least 2 cruisers on the road during the summer.
Hopefully this will be helpful to someone here.