You will probably never drive through Royalton Wisconsin. It is a small cluster of houses, with a church, and a gas station. I drive through it twice a day. On the way to work and on the way home.
I have an uncle who commented a while back that it is a speed trap. That surprised me at the time because I didn't think it was so. But now that I drive through that area daily, I have noticed police vehicles of all strips sitting and watching traffic. I have also seen a number of people pulled over.
Now, I am for law enforcement but I am against a heavy handed manner of carrying things out. For the small town that it is and for the little amount of traffic that goes through the area there sure seems to be a lot of people getting speeding tickets. It seems disproportional.
There have been times I have gone through Chicago and people are racing by at 80 mph when the speed posted is 65 mph. There are policeman watching as people drive excessively. Yet, they don't take action. These Chicago folks are driving a BMW or Lexus and are making six figures. They have the margin in their financial lives where they could pay a ticket and it would be a minor inconvienience. Whereas these rural people driving way out in Royalton with their Ford pick-up or Chevrolet sedan are making modest money. It really hurts for them to pay a $150 fine.
It seems out of balance and unnecessary. They post the speed limits at ridiculously low levels anyway. Just beware that some of these little towns have eager policeman watching. You are perhaps more likely to get a ticket for not slowing down in an anonymous town than for flying through a big city.