deevo: GopherGuts: FriarReb98: Cop cars just don't look like cop cars anymore. Especially cop Chargers.My company 2012 Charger Pursuit kinda does, even though I'm not a cop:[imageshack.us image 800x462]/yes, of course I got the HemiYeah that second side mirror will do it.Cops on the Long Island Expressway drive all kinds of shiat. Last week I saw a full-sized Hummer with someone pulled over. But there must be some safety requirement at least in Suffolk that they have to have those mirrors, so I always look for that.
mrlewish: ""We've got 114 Vics with over 100,000 miles on them," he said, checking the police fleet on his computer. "They definitely last." "You call 100,000 miles lasting?come talk to me when you get 250,000. Then we would be talking import.
RINO: It's too bad the government killed Carbon Motors. That would have been sweet.
TuteTibiImperes: Bluetooth is just the communications protocol, like WiFi, when your car has bluetooth the car itself acts as the headset, so you don't need the ear piece.I imagine the majority of official communication takes place over the radio, but there are likely work related reasons to use a cell phone during the shift as well.
SirDigbyChickenCaesar: Will miss the Vic, but as far as performance goes it doesn't hold a candle to the new Taurus.
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