I have followed @trapster on Twiiter for some time and took notice when they reported that the Travis County Police Department in Austin Texas are now officially reporting their speed trap locations to trapster.
I am scoping out possible Spring Break Camps to send my Kindergartner and 2nd Grader. Since I couldn’t find a compilation, I thought I would build my own. (And I hope those that read this will keep me in mind if they get a speeding or traffic ticket as that’s my livelihood.) The Kansas City […]
On Monday, a client I was to meet at Kansas City Municipal Court, texted me to find out the best place to park. Eureka!!! – that sounds like a great blog post.
On the docket is a Kansas City Police Department sting and an unbelievable Ohio speeding case conviction.
This past Saturday, he was stopped going 109 miles per hour in a 55 mile speed zone.
But speeding in a construction zone is folly. They do give you the warnings when you enter about double the fines, etc. . . . but a Construction Zone ticket amended to a non-moving is going to cost you.
They have recently announced that they no longer allow outside food or drinks inside their theaters
Car Wash 103 located at 3300 Main St. and 980 W. 103rd St., will donate ALL of their proceeds from your car wash to Operation Breakthrough.
Apparently Kansas City did not anticipate the number of people who would challenge the tickets.
In Kansas City, that ticket costs you $293.50 plus my fee of $125.