Ford Offers Police Vehicle Driving Event in Texas

September 20, 2016

Photo courtesy of Ford
Photo courtesy of Ford

Ford has announced it will host an exclusive Police Interceptor drive on Sept. 29 in Fort Worth, Texas. Government fleet managers and purchasers are invited to attend the event and will have the opportunity to drive the Police Interceptor Sedan, Police Interceptor Utility, and both the F-150 Special Service Vehicle (SSV) and Expedition SSV. The Transit Prisoner Transport Vehicle (PTV) will also be on display.

The event will take place at the Bob Bolen Public Safety Complex beginning at 9 a.m. All those interested can register via e-mail. For additional information, contact the call center at (877) 890-8875.

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