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  • Hank1
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    I drive a 2006 Ford Crown Victoria like most of the officers. Others drive Chevy Impalas as well.

    Be safe,

    Hank

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  • bigdog
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    our mall just got one of those POS gem cars.

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  • GCMC Security
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    Originally posted by SecTrainer View Post
    It's very interesting to me that a lot of the vehicles SO's drive are not very fuel-efficient and some are downright hogs. Some like SUVs also have very high insurance premiums, don't they?

    I would have expected a lot more emphasis on gas mileage and insurance premiums in the security domain, where every other expenditure (wages for instance!) seems to get scrutinized down to the half-penny.
    They don't have to worry about saving money on gas because of all the money they save paying officer's like crap!

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  • SecTrainer
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    It's very interesting to me that a lot of the vehicles SO's drive are not very fuel-efficient and some are downright hogs. Some like SUVs also have very high insurance premiums, don't they?

    I would have expected a lot more emphasis on gas mileage and insurance premiums in the security domain, where every other expenditure (wages for instance!) seems to get scrutinized down to the half-penny.

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  • tattedupboy
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    Nothing!

    I have to walk the entire time.

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  • SHART1971
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    I use a 2005 Ford Crown Victoria!!!

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  • midnitepatrol
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    97 crown vic police intercepter and 2004 cvpi, the 97 is the one in my picture

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  • mh892
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    Couple HumV's, Ford 4x4 3/4 ton, Chebby SUV 4x4 of some sort, and a 2007 Ford Ranger with 420 miles on it. It is common knowledge that one senior citezen fella drives the new Ranger, but with permission the supervisor may use it for a short period..........long as he doesn't take it off the hardtop, get it dirty, scratch it, cetra, cetra.

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  • SSPine
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    2006 Ford Explorer

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  • Charger
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    Originally posted by BadBoynMD
    What if I told you that you can order a 14 inch long LED dash light for $120.
    I'd tell ya I can get some on Ebay for $90.. ehehe

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  • BadBoynMD
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    Okay, yall want some GREAT lights for a GREAT price, eh? What if I told you that you can order a 14 inch long LED dash light for $120.

    www.speedtechlights.com

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  • FireEMSPolice
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    In my security past job (I worked at a campus) we had/used

    1992 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor...former Sheriffs vehicle in Ohio that was given to the Public Safety Academy, then given to Security and retired at 192K from security use. Sold to the campus chef.

    1993 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor...former city police vehicle. Retired at 100K from security use. Sold to the Chief of Security's nephew.

    1995 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor...A former Sheriffs vehicle in Ohio that was repainted by the campus body shop to be all silver. Currently in service with the Chief of Security as a school issued vehicle with 130K.

    1996 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor...A former Ohio State Highway Patrol vehicle that was wrecked on the Ohio Turnpike. It was bought at State Auction and repaired by the campus body shop and repainted black. Currently in service as the Dean of Students school issued vehicle with about 130K

    1997 Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor...A former township police vehicle, it now serves as a training vehicle with the public safety academy with about 110K miles.

    My current job

    2002 Chevrolet Blazer 4 door with 96K miles. This is a "rolling billboard" so we cannot permanent mount anything on it. It has a dealership decal on it from the dealer we bought it from. This is the biggest POS we have ever had.

    2002 Ford Explorer XLS with 111K. I love this one the best as it has permanent mounted lights, lots of room, etc. We just repaired it and I love it.

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  • Mr. Security
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    Update

    Chevy P/U. Nothing special, but at least I don't need to use my POV.

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  • Mr. Security
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    Originally posted by tlangsr
    hey hey my ford was a good little car.
    Must have been made on a Tuesday or Thursday.

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  • BadBoynMD
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    I have the great pleasure of operating a black '05 Ford Crown Vic, with 15% tinted windows.

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