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How Police Cars Really Compare to the Average Car

Here’s your chance to have most of your unanswered questions answered, about how police cars are modified in comparison to your average car; and, learn how Ford is a big player in the latest and most modified Police Supercars in the U.S.
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Do You Know If…

There’s a lot of mythology about just how badass police cars of today are, with much of it perpetuated by the magic of Hollywood. But what is really true when it comes to the cars driven by the “Boys in Blue”?

Here’s your chance to watch a recent informative automotive video that may teach you something you did not know about police cars. For example, do you know if…:

• You can really steal an unlocked police car while it is left behind with the engine still running?
• Police cars are really bulletproofed?
• You want to buy a used police car, does its mileage matter?
• There’s a reason why you “feel the siren” before you see the police car?
• We are the best when it comes to Police Supercars?

These and many other questions will be answered in the following video titled “I’m Getting Arrested for Telling You This,” so sit back and learn what kind of automotive tech goes into building a modern day police car.

And finally…

For more articles about some serious automotive tech, take a look at how artificial intelligence is used in FSD development; why this car could be significantly surpassing Tesla; and how the Apollo Moon Robotaxi launch in Asia could leave competitors in the dust.

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Timothy Boyer is Torque News automotive reporter based in Cincinnati. Experienced with early car restorations, he regularly restores older vehicles with engine modifications for improved performance. Follow Tim on Twitter at @TimBoyerWrites for daily automotive-related news.


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Comments

Was interested in the answers to those searing questions, but I can't stand that Scotty.
Yeah, I know what you mean. He's actually a good resource, but can be over the top with his delivery. I try to find ones from him that are useful, but easier on the ears to listen to when he is a little milder. Thanks for the input! It's good to know whether our reader/listeners like it or not.