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Police cars to get voltage monitors

Adjustment will help cops avoid battery drain

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A hundred-dollar adjustment to city police cars may allow them to nearly double their gas mileage. The Crown Victorias, which now average 8 mpg because police idle them between patrols, could get up to 15 mpg in the city if police turn them off during lengthy stops. For two years, police have been trying to adjust their engines so they could turn off their cars. Now, they appear to have finally solved the problem. Timers ...

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RCordone
March 30, 2009
6:50 a.m.

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In light of the continuing embarrassments at SPD.

Perhaps they should direct the excess voltage to the drivers seat!

wmarincic
March 30, 2009
12:16 p.m.

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RCordone

Or to your brain by way of electroshock therapy as you are a definite candidate for it....

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