Well, I made my annual trip across Kentucky, this time with my RX65 that I purchased in June. My trip begins just east of Lexington (North eastern KY) and ends in Western Kentucky. I noticed something new on my trip across the Bluegrass Parkway.
First off, once I got just west of Lexington (iirc), I noticed that there was a LEO in a Dodge Charger with a customer pulled (needless to say, those are NOT common in KY).
I ran into a TON of C/O Ka from Lexington to Louisville. iirc, this is I-65.
I made a wrong turn in Lexington, so I had to take the highway south from Louisville to get back to the BG parkway. Again, lot of C/O Ka sitting on the side of the road. Though, I never ran into a LEO that was free to deal with me (only in the other lane running rear Ka w/ a median guard blocking him).
Now, being in north eastern kentucky, I never ran into I/O. However, halfway on the BG parkway, I ran into a LEO running I/O (couldn't locate him) at night with very little traffic. I was pretty sure I was right on him being that I got a full alert with no advance notice (which I wouldn't expect since there weren't many people on the road). Good thing Kentucky recently raised the PSL to 70 :P (I was doing 76). First time I ran into I/O, and furthers my hatred to drive at night lol.
All in all, learned a few things on my trip that I wasn't expecting to see. Hope this info helps people traveling through KY or live here. Chime in if you live in KY .