i don't know of anything in particular.
The only 2 things that seem to work for me is always look under the overpass and slow down under and near bridges, don't speed continuously. And constantly watch your mirrors and the behavior of other vehicles.
Another that i have noticed is often now officers like to wait on the highway. Instead of having to get out of the car and sit on the side of the road which i am sure is dangerous. I know their vehicles have always on radar facing the back and maybe the front that say how fast an object is approaching. So next time your in the left lane or approaching a vehicle quickly give your beams a flash to see if the bumber has anything reflective on it.
- Apparently highway 400 on the way to Orillia and Barrie is where they use the plane and is heavily enforced. (ALOT of people speed here i have seen with my own eyes).
- Also on the 401 Near exit 279 there is a service station and a truck stop they sit in the truck stop and radar cars going by and will come after speeders.
- Admin pointed out in guelph near #6 getting on and off the 401 is a bad place aswell.
Any other tips appreciated!
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