NMA Article: Brand New Speed Trap Exchange Website Launched!
After a lengthy development process, we’ve launched our completely redesigned Speed Trap Exchange Website (www.speedtrap.org), a popular listing of known speed traps across the United States.
Speedtrap.org is the oldest active website on the Internet devoted to exposing unethical law enforcement practices. Over the past decade the website has helped countless drivers avoid unjust tickets by leveraging its extensive database of speed trap listings. And now, after an extensive redesign of the website, the Speed Trap Exchange is even more driver-friendly.
Along with a whole new â€ślookâ€ť, the Speed Trap Exchange will include a geographical mapping feature that will allow users to pinpoint the exact location of a speed trap, as well as aid travelers in identifying the location of speed traps on the route they intend to take to their destination.
The new website will continue to offer the opportunity to describe and discuss specific speed traps, as well as rate the quality of the listing. These discussions are often even more enlightening than the speed trap listings itself and the new speed trap rating system will allow drivers to quickly identify the most egregious speed traps.
While some communities and enforcement agencies object to being included in the Speed Trap Exchange, itâ€™s important to note that the Speed Trap Exchange was not created to condone reckless or irresponsible driving. The National Motorists Association has long opposed the use of traffic enforcement for the purpose of revenue generation, of which speed traps are the most flagrant example.
The new NMA Speed Trap Exchange website is completely free, easy-to-use, and has proven itself to be very useful for anyone who spends time on the road. You are encouraged to view the listings in your area and add any speed traps that may be missing.
To see what everyone is talking about, check out www.speedtrap.org.
Brand New Speed Trap Exchange Website Launched!
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