Speedtrap.org has been protecting motorists with valuable information since 1982.
The National Motorists Association is responsible for speedtrap.org.
The NMA fights to protect motorists’ interests like sensible safety regulations, reasonable speed limits, and more.
At speedtrap.org, you can view known speed traps for The United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
Click on a state in The United States to view cities, townships, parks and more.
Choose an area to view details of the speed trap including the location, time of day, type of enforcement, a description, comments, and more.
You can also:
- Add a speed trap
- Learn how to fight a speeding ticket
- Learn speed trap laws
- Learn ways to shut down a speed trap
- and more
Find out if there are speed traps in your hometown or on your next vacation route!