Do police cars have mot's?
Yeah, so police cars just have mot's. It's always been like that and will in all probability always remain be that way, too
There is no standard collective noun for police cars. The standard collective noun for police is a posse of police. The standard collective noun for cars is a fleet of cars. When there is no specific collective noun, any noun that suits the situation can be used, for example a chase of police cars, a procession of police cars, a swarm of police cars, etc.
Depends upon which cars are being compared. In many US municipalities, the Ford Crown Victoria is still used, and is not exactly a fast car (electronically limited to 120mph, and not very quick to get to 60mph). However, you can't outrun a police officer's radio. Note:Does depend on the cars being compaired and you have older cars out there that are on the street and can out run the police cars and can top speeds…