Colorado Springs Police Switch Vehicle Paint Colors

June 09, 2014

The Colorado Springs Police Department has flip flopped the color scheme on its black-and-white enforcement vehicles, as it adds new vehicles to its fleet.

As it adds Dodge Chargers, the department will be painting the vehicles black with a white decal instead of white with a black decal — the paint scheme for existing vehicles.

The agency's current fleet consists of 28 black Dodge Chargers with white decals, 24 white cars with black decals and 175 white cars with blue decals, reports Fox News.

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