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|'Deceptively fast' utility vehicles gain popularity with police|
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|mysysail||Dec 29 2016, 01:09 PM Post #1|
|mysysail||Dec 29 2016, 01:12 PM Post #2|
|[...] “We’re all dealing with the same issue, and that is the vehicles are getting smaller, yet there’s still demand for more gadgets and equipment put into those cars,” Julie Furlotte, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police's national mobile assets manager, said in an interview. “It’s always a bit of a tradeoff and a challenge to make it all fit.”|
|Eddo26||Dec 31 2016, 05:51 AM Post #3|
edit wrong topic
Edited by Eddo26, Dec 31 2016, 05:51 AM.
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