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What’s New in Police Motorcycles?

For the 2018 model year, fleets have several motorcycle models to choose from. Here are the newest models available, and some insight from a dealer on what fleets should look for when choosing a motorcycle.

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What to Do When OEMs Stop Making Your Vehicle

Step 1: Don’t panic. Step 2: Follow these steps…

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Va. Police Bureau Purchases Drone Fleet

The Petersburg (Va.) Bureau of Police will use the drones to aid in searching for missing people and photographing vehicle accident and crime scenes.

Photo of the Fleet in-car video system for police offices courtey of Axon


Virginia Beach PD to Roll Out Connected Video System

The Virginia Beach (Va.) Police Department has purchased 1,060 body and in-car cameras for agency-wide deployment. Cameras will be deployed in 250 vehicles.

Photo of an En-Mark driving simulator courtesy of En-Mark Simulator Rentals


Ind. Sheriff Utilizes Simulator for Driving Training

The training is part of the Clay County (Ind.) Sheriff's effort to reduce accidents, injuries, and potential lawsuits, and is funded through the county's insurance carrier.

Chevrolet is already offering semi-autonomous safety systems as an option on the 2018 Tahoe PPV. For future vehicles the features will most likely come standard. Photo courtesy of General Motors


The Next Generation of Patrol Vehicles

Look at the current police vehicle and consumer vehicle trends and you can make predictions about what you'll be driving on duty in the next decade.

Image of US C SOG slide-out courtesy of Extendobed



Extendobed’s US C SOG slide-out is a durable unit that can extend over 100%, complete with a command center for law enforcement personnel.

Photo of custom command center for drones courtesy of Truckvault


Custom Command Centers

TruckVault offers custom solutions to help departments integrate drone technology. Effectively secure and store both drones and batteries within the vehicle compartment.

In the City of Long Beach, beach patrol vehicles and washed every day and inspected regularly. Photo courtesy of City of Long Beach


Beach Patrol Vehicles: What to Know Before You Buy

From uneven terrain to rusting from saltwater, here are the things fleet managers look for when getting the most of out their vehicles for beach patrols.


GammaTech Changes Name to Durabook Americas

The new name reflects the company’s longstanding focus on the Durabook brand as well as changing market conditions that emphasize the need for reliable, purpose-built, mobile computing solutions.



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How Chevrolet's Tahoe PPV Differs From its Retail Relative

By Michaela Kwoka-Coleman
For the Chevrolet Tahoe PPV, tires are added to the vehicles that are capable of handling speeds of up to 134 mph and the brakes are adjusted to handle frequent stopping at high speeds.

Police Vehicles Pushed to the Limit in California

By Paul Clinton