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Brake Align Lateral Runout Correction Plates

June 18, 2013
Nucap Industries Inc.'s Brake Align lateral runout correction plates correct for lateral runout generated by the stacked tolerances between the hub assembly and brake rotor flange.

ACDelco Introduces Coated Police Brake Pads

November 28, 2012
ACDelco has introduced a surface coating to its brake pads that helps reduce the break-in period and improves pre-burnish brake effectiveness, according to the company.

PureForge Introduces Ford CVPI Brake Rotor

October 5, 2012
The company also announced plans to introduce additional rotors for the new crop of patrol cars including the Dodge Charger, Ford Police Interceptor, Chevrolet Caprice, and Chevrolet Tahoe in early 2013.

Bridgestone Introduces New Sizes for Firestone Pursuit Tires

October 4, 2012
Bridgestone Americas announced new fitments for the Firestone Firehawk GT Pursuit all-season tire and the Firestone Firehawk PVS winter tire.

PureForge To Introduce Ford Crown Vic Brake Rotors

June 11, 2012
PureForge plans to debut aftermarket brake rotors for the Ford Crown Victoria Police Interceptor in late 2012.

LAPD Launches Cost-Reduction Study for Fleet

April 17, 2012
The Los Angeles Police Department's fleet manager has outlined several cost-control measures to address rising costs, including a study of major fleet costs to develop strategies for reducing top expenditures for fuel, tires, brake components, and big-ticket components such as transmissions and engines.

Michigan State Police Evaluate Aftermarket Tires

January 13, 2012
The Michigan State Police's Precision Driving Unit has released the results of an intensive battery of tests measuring the ability of aftermarket tires to meet the often-punishing demands of law enforcement driving.

Aftermarket Police Tire Evaluation

January 13, 2012

At the urging of the National Institute of Justice, the Michigan State Police's Precision Driving Unit evaluated aftermarket tires used on law enforcement fleet vehicles. In this clip, troopers in the unit explain the methodology of the testing.

Raybestos Police Brake Pads Lead Aftermarket in Performance Evaluation

November 29, 2010
The company's police disc brake pads are designed specifically for patrol and pursuit applications. The results of the test demonstrate "the superiority of Raybestos police brake pads," according to the company.

Police-Specific Brake System

September 18, 2009
The new Raybestos police-specific brake system is a complete brake system designed specifically for law enforcement. With pursuit-proven pads, rotors, and calipers, this system is intended to lower overall cost per mile while maintaining peak performance levels at extreme temperatures.

How to Stretch Your Fleet Dollar

April 1, 2008

Managing the rising costs of police fleets is a challenge that all law enforcement agencies are facing. Fortunately, there are technologies available to help fleet managers better manage these costs and save their departments thousands of dollars annually.

Parker TireSaver Nitrogen Generator

October 1, 2005
Parker TireSaver Nitrogen Generators allow agencies to fill their vehicles’ tires with nitrogen gas instead of compressed air. This practice can help maintain proper inflation pressure and prevent one of the major causes of tire failures. Dry nitrogen gas provides more consistent tire pressure and reduces the need to check tire pressures.

Pierce Tire Monitoring System

October 1, 2005
The new tire protection system now available on Pierce’s homeland security apparatus includes a tire monitoring system and a tire wheel protection band. The tire monitoring system senses tire pressure and temperature to maintain proper vehicle handling, stability, and overall performance. A unit in the cab displays tire information so the system warns you of a potential tire problem before it happens.
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