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1:55 PM, Sep. 16, 2013  |  Comments
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Question: How can I request the speed trailer in my neighborhood?

Answer: The police department receives many requests every year for the speed trailer around Wausau. We currently have two trailer,s and they are a good tool for the community when speeding problems exist.

To get the trailer in your neighborhood, please call or email me. Depending on the time of year, there may be a waiting list for the speed trailer. The vast majority of vehicles do not alter their speed tremendously because of the speed trailer. The mere presence of the speed trailer reminds drivers of the speed limit and to be conscious about the speed they are driving.

For the next few weeks, you will be seeing the speed trailers set up throughout the city near various elementary schools. With the start of a new school year, we want to make drivers aware of their speeds as they travel through schools zones and on streets where children frequently cross as they walk to school.

Please pay attention to your speed and abide by the speed limits for your safety and the safety of others in your community and please drive slowly when traveling through school zones. Thank you.

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