The North Carolina State Highway Patrol (NCSHP) has debuted its newest patrol cars, which are marked but feature stealthy graphics. In the daytime, the graphics blend into the vehicle, making it less visible to drivers on the road. At night, the graphics are reflective.

The agency will deploy one ghost car in each of its eight troops. The first ghost car was awarded to the trooper who leads the state in driving while intoxicated (DWI) arrests.

NCSHP posted a video of the new car on its Facebook page, which includes the presentation of the first vehicle and more explanation from NCSHP Colonel G.M. McNeill Jr.



Related: 'Ghost' Patrol Cars Lower Crash Rates

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