The 2013 Ford Taurus Police Interceptor is expected to use 35 percent less fuel than its competitor vehicles.
On an average, on a ten hour shift, police usually idle for about six hours, and according to a recent research study, each idling hour uses about a half gallon of fuel.
Not only will the new vehicle save fuel, but it will also use less power.
The Taurus will have an electric power steering system opposed to the usual hydraulic system. The electric system only uses power when the wheel is turned.
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Dodge has created a new vehicle for law enforcements. It is the Dodge Durango SUV.
Dodge is currently taking orders for the vehicles and will begin delivery between April and June of this year.
The law enforcement Durango comes equipped with a heavy-duty battery and water pump, upgraded brakes, and an engine-oil cooler.
Law enforcement will get to choose from either a 3.6-liter V6 engine or a 5.7 liter Hemi V8 engine.
Police, fire, and general fleet customers will be able to use the vehicles.
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