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Arkansas State Police Order Chevrolet Impalas

March 2, 2005

LITTLE ROCK, AR – Col. Steve Dozier, state police commander for the Arkansas State Police, ordered 41 patrol cars from General Motors Corp. due to the legal dispute between Attorney General Mike Beebe and Ford Motor Co., according to the Associated Press.Dozier stated that he could not wait any longer for an end to the dispute. The Chevrolet Impala police cruisers will be ordered from Bale Chevrolet in Little Rock. Dozier said the cars are needed since the state police will hire about 40 new troopers soon.Dozier declined to sign any waiver citing that he was worried that it could exempt Ford from responsibility on safety issues. Ford claims that all advertised features are present in its Police Interceptor model.

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