Interstate 40 in
North Carolina, Mile Marker 24 near
Lake Junaluska Hot Springs.
This Driver reports: "The
area between the US 276 - I-40 Maggie Valley interchange and the I-40 US 23
Clyde interchange is very popular with the State Troopers in either
direction. Watch for them especially in the cut east of the Maggie Valley
exit and if you're eastbound watch closely the on ramps at the exit for Hot
Springs. I've seen them sitting both at the top and bottom of the ramps.
Also the curving stretch for the next half mile heading east is loaded with
law. Caution should be exercised in either direction through this stretch,
but I've seen most trouble occurring in the eastbound lanes (probably to get
people who want to put a bit more into the gas pedal after exiting the Pigeon
"Unmarked cars and Camaros are common through here, as are the marked cruisers
with no roof lights, so it's difficult to spot them if you don't know what to
This is a good stretch of highway not tot speed in."
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