In the good old days, finding a police officer was as easy as noticing Ford Crown Victoria. No sensible consumer buys, so it’s almost certain that the Crown Big in the rear-view mirror is a police officer.
Fast forward to today and the task will be explorer-based Ford Police Interceptor Utility It blends into the landscape. In addition, there are a variety of police vehicles, from the Chevrolet Bolt EUV to the Dodge Durango Pursuit.
But there is nothing in the Harris County Sheriff’s Office using a fleet of so-called “ghost” police cars. These are not new, but the latest harvest includes five. Chevrolet Camaro..
As you can see in these images posted on social media, they feature a white exterior with the whitish gray “Sheriff” and “911” marks, and are virtually unrecognized as a police car. They also avoid light bars that are barely noticeable when not blinking, for inconspicuous emergency lights.
Not surprisingly, ghost cars are designed to fly under radar and catch unprotected speeders and other criminals.So Chroni The sheriff’s office said the vehicle “can support multifaceted efforts to drive dangerous drivers off the road and ultimately eliminate the suspicious distinction that there are the most dangerous roads in the area.” Said.
The Camaro is designed to be unobtrusive, but it’s getting a lot of attention online because people warn others about ghost cars. Of course, this is not necessarily a bad thing for the sheriff’s office. Speed violators may rethink.
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