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Blog - Vehicles - June 2011

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<p><em><strong>Promotional flier showing the European version of the F800-GSP. Photo: BMW.</strong></em></p>

BMW Considers Sport Bike for Police Market  

June 30, 2011
BMW plans to field-test a sport bike now being used by police agencies in Europe as an off-road option for American law enforcement. BMW is currently selling a civilian version of its F800-GS in the United States, and could easily convert it for police use, the company's law enforcement manager tells POLICE Magazine.
<p><em><strong>Photo: GM/Chevy.</strong></em></p>

How Is Your Agency Choosing Its New Patrol Car?  

June 29, 2011
Our compatriots at Government Fleet (a sister publication of POLICE) asked fleet managers how they're choosing their new pursuit vehicle, and published their responses at the Anonymous Public Fleet Manager blog. While the responses shouldn't be taken as a scientific survey, the anecdotal answers do shed light on the decision-making process.
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