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November 30, 2007

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J

Arlington IS a speed trap. Period. But worse than that is the shark-bait tactics of Pantego's department... These guys will ride through town at night with no headlights on looking for people to pull over. I know, I've almost went head-on with a cruiser a few times coming home from work at night in a residential area.

susan

Pantego is bad, undoubtedly. However Dalworthington Gardens is even WORSE.

Mark

I've never heard of those tactics by Pantego. Sounds very dangerous. Thankfully, I no longer have friends that live in Pantego or DWG.

In response to Arlington's speed traps, the speed limits are posted for a reason. Don't follow them and you get what's coming. Give yourself plenty of time to get to your destination.

DAVID TURNER

All metro area police departments seem to be more interested in motorist than criminals. David

Dano

Arlington NOT a speed trap? Why that's one of the funniest things that I've ever heard. It's ALL about the MONEY baby.

Lisa

How can it be an "undeserved speeding ticket" if you were actually speeding? The speed limits are clearly posted and they are just that -- LIMITS. Last time I checked the word "limit" means the maximum allowed, not just a suggestion. Don't speed and you won't get a ticket, even in Pantego and Dalworthington Gardens.

David

Arlington would be the definitive example of a speed trap for this part of Texas. Some may not have this luxury but I make it point to show my disapproval of their tactics by not spending my money in their fine city and notified the companies I did business with why.

If more people voiced their disapproval this way perhaps they’d change their practices.

Mark

David, why punish business owners for something the city does? They have nothing to do with the city. They are trying to earn a living. Your boycotting of Arlington businesses is a misguided attempt to hurt the city.

More than a few have voiced thier disapproval with Pantego and DWG, but have they relaxed their enforcement of traffic laws? No. Breaking the law is breaking the law.

SHANE

I HAVE DRIVEN THRU ALL THESE CITIES AND I DON'T THINK THEY WRITE ENOUGH TICKETS DUE TO THE AMOUNT OF SPEEDERS. I TRY NOT TO DRIVE THRU THESE TOWNS TO MISS THE UNSAFE DRIVERS.

Mr. SaFe Driver

pulled over by Pantego officer for speeding.I had my cruise control on & set at speed limit.
(I have been warned about Pantego police courption) I fought my ticket & planing to sue.Pantego is the worst. I no longer do business anywhere near that ass backwards town... And I know several people who refuse to go into that area.
Police corruption & police brutality (Woman Sues Pantego Police Over Burst Breast Implant)And to the business owners in Pantego ,Good Luck!

traffic ticket attorney

There should absolutely be no sighing, comments under your breath, or sarcasm in your voice. Yoou cann request traffic schoool when you are inn front of the judge. Dont wave your fist and say, Im going to fight this ticket in court!

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