N.Y. Department's Patrol Cars to Get Priority Start Voltage Monitors
April 16, 2009
The Priority Start voltage monitors cost $100 apiece, so Sanders wanted to try them out before buying 25 of them to outfit all of the patrol cars.
“It definitely does the trick,” Lt. James Sanders of the Schenectady Police Department said after experimenting with three cars for two months. “It definitely seemed to resolve those issues. I’m pretty sure we can cover [22 more monitors] with confiscated money.”
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