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FL - Florida Highway Patrol

Photos by Trooper H. Schweinsberg, 2004 Ford PI

Taken: August 23, 2004
Uploaded: October 10, 2004
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Captured with:
Olympus U-10D (S-300D)

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  • 12 years 5 months ago
    "because this is the finest page of it's type, and the goofy comments only serve to detract from it."

    Get over it.
  • Mike (Private)
    12 years 5 months ago
    Oh, Mitch, if you insist on poking fun at others, you may want to check your own spelling first.

    "Retarted"?

    Come, now.
  • Mike (Private)
    12 years 5 months ago
    Uhhh, Dave? Still no spellcheck on your site, eh? Tis a shame. It's been a while since I've visited your page, and I see that the collective IQ of message writers has not improved. It's too bad, because this is the finest page of it's type, and the goofy comments only serve to detract from it.
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years 5 months ago
    Ford PI's are crash tested to 75mph, higher than any other vehicle. They are not more vulnerable to a rear-end crash. A majority of the PI involved fires have been the result of improper equipment placement in the trunk. Equipment should be stored laterally, no shovels, flares, etc pointed towards the fuel tank. Statistically speaking, PI's are involved in more rear-end crashes than other cars because there are more likely to be parked stationary than any other vehicles.
  • Mitch (Private)
    12 years 6 months ago
    "ford police cars are fairly vulnerable to rear end crashes", are you retarted? what makes the ford cars more vulnerable than the Dodges or Chevys?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    12 years 6 months ago
    Red, blue, and yellow lights are needed because real-end crahses must be prevented. In other words,I hear that Ford Police cars are fairly vulnerable to real-end crashes. Thereby, red, blue, and yellow lights are required.