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We're All Screwed With These New Stealth Lights On The Ford Explorer Police Cars

When Ford started with its now-popular Police Interceptor Utility, a Ford Explorer police vehicle, it was easy to spot one from a quarter mile. You could then slam your brakes, get down to the speed limit, and goose it as the car faded in your rearview. But now Ford has new LED lights that make it damn near impossible to spot police versions, meaning only one thing: Explorers are not to be trusted.
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