Police Vehicles: A Look Back

May 2013, Government Fleet - Feature

by Thi Dao - Also by this author

Photo courtesy of City of Akron, Ohio
Photo courtesy of City of Akron, Ohio

In honor of <i>Government Fleet</i>'s 10-year anniversary, we highlighted popular police vehicles throughout the years.

Take a look at the evolution of police cars from the first patrol wagon in 1899 (pictured above) to current makes from Chevrolet, Dodge, and Ford here.

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