Slow Down North Iowans Say Area Troopers

It’s becoming an increasing problem on area roads again. Some of the county highways are having the issue as well. The Iowa State Patrol is reporting troopers are seeing more motorists who are traveling 20 to 30 miles-an-hour over posted speed limits. Patrol Sergeant Nathan Ludwig has a few ideas about why these drivers are taking such risks.

There are fewer troopers monitoring Iowa’s roadways than there were many years ago, but Ludwig says there are many ways for the patrol to spot speeding motorists.

Other motorists, who are obeying the speed limit, can also help the patrol track down extreme speeders.

Last week, the Iowa State Patrol posted a photo on its Facebook page showing a vehicle was clocked at 102 miles-an-hour on Interstate 80 near Des Moines.

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