Its Northern Border Dakota Highway Patrol intends to switch from white-colored to black patrol vehicles within the next four or five years, based on a news release.
“Black vehicles will boost the safety from the motoring public too our officials, since they’re simpler to determine during white-colored-out conditions,” Col. Mike Gerhart stated.
The transition would be to increase officer safety, in addition to increase resale worth of the vehicles.
There’s a prototype black patrol vehicle operating within the Jamestown area. You will see 40 new black vehicles built-into Highway Patrol’s 175-vehicle fleet beginning in The month of january.