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  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    IL - Chicago Police Squadrol
    What District is this?
  • JOETEX... (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    TX - Houston Police
    WELL JUST STAY IN TUNE TO THE MAJORITY OF THE DPT'S THAT THELL BE SWITCHING TO ALL WHITE OR B&W UNITS...AND YEA ITS A STATE LAW THAT THEY NEED TO SWITCH OR TO BEGIN TO DO SO ALOT LIKE DIGITAL RADIO FOR TRANSMITTING..AND YOU WONT SEE THAT FROM ONE DAY TO ANOTHER DUE TO THE HIGH COST TO DO SO..
  • roo676 (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    TX - Grand Prairie Police
    joetx is wrong from what i can see
  • Lt. Spellcheck (Private)
    10 years 4 months ago
    TX - Grand Prairie Police
    Joetex, you are a blithering moron. Even if anything you had to say were correct, no one would ever notice because we're too busy trying to translate what you write into a language that English speaking persons can understand.

    Stop and read what you've written BEFORE you click the "post" tab. It only takes a second or so to proofread.

    Your comments will still be incorrect, but at least we won't all be thinking that you're the type of guy who has to wear a bicycle helmet 24hrs a day and to whom Jell-O poses a severe choking hazard.
  • JOETEX... (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    TX - Grand Prairie Police
    WELL SORRY TO DISSAPOINT YOU COPCAR DOT COM BUT LIKE IN THE RENEWAL OF THE POLICE DPT'S FCC'S TRANSMITTING LICENCES WITCH SOME DPT'S DONT DO ,,SO DO THEY DONT FOLOW SUCH STATE MANDATED STATUTES..I SEE THEM HERE A DIME A DOZEN FROM THE CITY COUNTY STATE OR EVEN GOV..ALL WHITE VEHICLE JUST STROBES''OR NOW A DAYS LED'S,,WITH EXEMPT PLATES OR GOV PLATES..EITHER THEY BREAK THE LAW OR THEY BEND IT..DUE TO THE FACT THAT THERES SEVRAL PSUDEO COP'S RUNING AROUND..SO THE EXEMPT PLATES ARE THE WAY THEY KNOW WHOS THE REAL L&E
  • Garrett (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    TX - El Paso Housing Authority Police
    If you all thinks this is bad...I went to El Paso in June and made a visit to the city repair yard and I got a picture of a fully marked El Paso Police Department O3 Focus...It was between two Crown Vics so its not the best pic but I will send it in for y'all.
  • Commissioner Gordon (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    TX - El Paso Police
    wrong fellas look at it closely theres a dent on that fender it reaches up towards the hood of the car
  • JOETEX (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    TX - Dalworthington Gardens Police
    ""1St. ONE I SEE AS A POLICE UNIT...THE OTHER ONE WAS A BORDER PATROL TAHOE
  • Neal (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    NM - Roswell Police
    This is my old unit...it's an 03 interceptor....it's wrecked now.
  • wlpd735 (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    NY - Albany Co Sheriff
    THIS IS THE BEST LOOKING CHARGER I HAVE SEEN YET. THEY DID A GOOD JOB ON THIS ONE.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    MI - Michigan State Police
    why does the '99 rule hands down?
  • Bill Hedgpeth (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    KS - Wichita Police
    Actually, that is me sitting in that car. It ran on propane, so top speed and wind wasn't an issue! It had a top speed, downhill on a good day of maybe 80mph....unless of course it was overheating because the first generation propanes systems didn't synch well with the primitive ecu's in those cars. All in all, quite possible the WORST police car I've driven in my 30 years on the job!!
    bh
  • HFD explorer (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    TX - whatever, somebodies idea of a restoration
    "Fire vehicles aren't supposed to have fins in the back? "

    -It's called a vintage fire chief's car from when fins were in style. You obviously know little to nothing about classic cars or fire vehicles.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    CA - Compton College Police
    ...it aint no police package car.
  • P Henning (Private)
    10 years 6 months ago
    Amazing the comments CHP cars still garner. The steady red spot dates back to days of old and pretty much have stayed that way. The Ca Veh Code requires one front facing steady red on all authorized emergency vehicles. As one reader explains, the shop just removes the lens, which some CHP old timers call "The ruby" and installs in a new car on the line. They've been using supplemental under mirror lights, from halogen to now LED as add on lights for some time and have the sequential orange sticks and more LED blue/reds on the rear deck. Heck, I just commented myself! My AF cop cars had to have the steady red even though we patrolled just on base because we wrote civilians a US Magistrate's ticket using the Ca Veh Code (CVC). as "assimilated law." . .