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Thread: Ghost lettering and/or minimally marked vehicles for traffic stops

  1. #91
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    As Pat Rogers always said, "Policing is regional".

    It is only recently, through my participation in some of the good Internet forums populated by intellectuals such as you all, that I have come to realize the significant differences in law and procedure and custom from one state to another.

    Around here (Wisconsin) unmarked cars have been common since before I started driving (which was 1975).

    We get the occasional incident involving a police impersonator but I get the sense that such incidents are more frequent in other parts of the country

  2. #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coyotesfan97 View Post
    I drive a fully marked black and white Chevy Tahoe with a light bar on top and very visible deck lights on the rear deck. I constantly have people pass me doing 80+ on the freeway. And if Iím on the freeway Iím doing 5-10 over the limit. Do they not see me (usually) or do they think city cop canít or wonít pull them over.

    Youíve unlocked an achievement because you got a K9 guy to do traffic enforcement.
    As a fellow Arizonan who detests driving the Phoenix freeways, I support this message.

  3. #93
    How does the whole permit thing work relative to roads where the speed limit changes in areas? Noted by mile markers or something?
    "There is no timer in a gunfight. However there is another guy trying to shoot you, and he's probably in a hurry."

  4. #94
    Quote Originally Posted by HCountyGuy View Post
    How does the whole permit thing work relative to roads where the speed limit changes in areas? Noted by mile markers or something?










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