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What is the difference between a civil police car and a military police car?


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Answered 2006-11-07 19:51:26

Here are opinions and answers from FAQ Farmers: * Currently, the USAF leases their cars, and Chevy won the contract. So, a Chevy Impala civilian police car and a Chevy Impala USAF patrol car are pretty much the same. I would expect the civilian cars to be more customized after ordering though. * The difference is a civil police car is used by local police agencies that deal with day-to-day crime, while a military police car is used by the military to police military establishments. The biggest difference is that military work on a different radio frequency than a civil police department and the military does not engage in high speed chases that civil police do.

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