Ala. City Replaces 20 Police Vehicles

May 14, 2014

The Hoover (Ala.) City Council has approved a request by city fleet managers to designate 20 police vehicles as surplus property that can be sold to fund new vehicles.

The vehicles include 17 Chevrolet Tahoes and three Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptors from the 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2007 model years. Mileage on the vehicles ranges from 86,439 to 128,025, reports AL.com.

The city has ordered two Dodge Chargers for investigators and 18 other new patrol vehicles.

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