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#289 - bagofshit
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Brasil hue
#239 - Awesomecarrot
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And for the UK... a Vauxhall Astra.

Literally the most bland and boring police car they could get.
And they're ******* everywhere.
User avatar #243 to #239 - aabbccddeeffgghhii
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They use fords/BMWs where i live. Not too bad.
#244 to #239 - matoran
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Yeah, but do they not make the engines a little bit better for them? Y'know that extra bit of oomph to catch some chavs in a stolen Honda Civic?
User avatar #246 to #244 - Awesomecarrot
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I don't think so. They'll get the fastest model of the car they can, but apart from
that it's pretty much unchanged, apart from all the tech wizardry they put in.
I mean here, the police only want to follow a vehicle, not ram it off the road
(which in my opinion is what they should do).
They'll just call in a helicopter if **** gets too difficult for their police car.
User avatar #247 to #239 - lotengo
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That would only encourga crime here
User avatar #249 to #239 - grandmabetty
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Same here, they use Fords, BMWs and even Subarus where I live. You must be in the filthy peasant area of Britain.
#26 - grimgrey
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The Phantom of the police force.
#296 - melonfucker
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Meanwhile in Mexico...
#292 - postie
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UK.
#283 - makkarakeiju
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"Cafe Cornerrock"
#260 - strelokkk
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French law enforcement is best enforcement
User avatar #294 to #260 - locudorff
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probably they were fleeing
User avatar #133 - ohmeghon
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well no **** italy is broke
#121 - vladhellsing
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User avatar #106 - poutinesalad
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Where I live cop cars can be basically anything.

Ghost car beaters (that are very well built underneath the hood), trucks, minivans.
For the most part though it's just crown victorias and chevy suburbans
#94 - anon id: 97f52942
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Oklahoma has a bunch of these, and all I can think of is the Rhinos from NFS and how the rolled your **** up sideways by kamikazeing you at 100 mph.
User avatar #95 to #94 - exclamation
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I always hated those ******* things.

I spent time actually ******* memorizing the police chatter codes so I could know what was coming.

Ohio has a ton of Ford Mustangs for its State Highway Patrolmen.
User avatar #109 to #95 - painal
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Texas has a bunch of Dodge Chargers
User avatar #110 to #109 - exclamation
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At least Texas has good taste.
User avatar #111 to #110 - painal
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I agree (I'm a Dodge fanboy)
User avatar #112 to #111 - exclamation
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I'm a Chevy fanboy. Ford has always been the lowest for me. ****, Scion comes before Ford, and I think Scion is the spin-off of a Japanese company, but I can't remember which one. Dodge has been the second to me. They make great ****, but I've felt Chevy is better.
#139 to #112 - gunnyjoe
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LS POWAAAAAAAA.

Now that that's out of the way, Scion is Toyota.
#89 - zzombiee
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Canada OPP car. OPP = Ontario Provincial Police
User avatar #105 to #89 - trostell
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To be fair, though, those things have been in service pretty much since the Crown Victoria was introduced. If I remember rightly, Ford is still making them under a new name specifically for police forces.
User avatar #123 to #89 - chewiewhatawookie
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Those are the same ones we have in Cali.
User avatar #77 - incest
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The transit security in Vancouver drive nicer cars that our police officers.
#78 to #77 - incest
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User avatar #84 to #77 - AdminsGayLover
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How often do you get mentioned in comments?
User avatar #85 to #84 - incest
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Too often. Too often...

#42 - myohmyahairylamp
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Ireland.
#28 - campanapax
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Bosnia
User avatar #21 - Jewssassin
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The real american police cars debadge the cars.
User avatar #22 to #21 - dedaluminus
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No they don't, at least not in my state
User avatar #23 to #22 - Jewssassin
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Where are you at? Ive seen charger/challenger cops in quiet a few different states and Ive never seen one with the R/T badging on it.
User avatar #40 to #23 - kerfufflemachtwo
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I haven't seen a Challenger cop car.

Seen many Charger ones, though.
User avatar #44 to #40 - saltyfries
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a lot of Cops in my hometown have converted from Crown Victoria's to either Ford Explorer's or Dodge Chargers, I've never seen a Challenger cop car. I think only 2 districts in my hometown still use the CV, mainly rural areas.
User avatar #46 to #44 - kerfufflemachtwo
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I'm just north of Detroit. Pretty much every city here still has a Crown Vic or two left. The Charger is the most popular right now, followed by the Taurus. A good amount of Explorers can be seen. The state police go for Tahoes, though. Also, the Caprice is starting to pop up more around here.
#47 to #46 - saltyfries
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I think 1 district in Green Bay uses the old Impala or Malibu for cop cars, I wanna say it's Green Bay's east side, west side are Chargers, Howard use Explorer's, I think Hobart and Allouez still use CV's, De Pere has Chargers too. Our state police still use CV's
User avatar #48 to #47 - kerfufflemachtwo
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Yeah, there were a few Impalas around here, but they weren't common.

Then there are the special cop cars. One city, Berkley, has a Hummer. They are not a rural city. Royal Oak has a few Mustangs. Hazel Park has a couple Jags.

Those don't used much. They do get brought out for the Woodward Dream Cruise, though.
User avatar #50 to #48 - saltyfries
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btw, my condolences that you live in Detroit
User avatar #51 to #50 - kerfufflemachtwo
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I'm actually two miles north of Detroit. Not in the city limits, but still in the metro area.

Much nicer than the city itself, though. Two miles makes a huge difference.
User avatar #52 to #51 - saltyfries
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ever go to Auburn Hills or Pontiac? I heard the poor Silverdome is rotting badly
User avatar #53 to #52 - kerfufflemachtwo
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Not often. Those are at least ten miles north of me.

It was, but they did repair it, and it's being used for stuff again. Just not any pro sport at the moment.

The only pro team that doesn't play in Detroit itself is the Pistons.

Also, Ford and Chrysler don't have their headquarters in Detroit. Ford is in Dearborn, and Chrysler is in Auburn Hills.
User avatar #55 to #53 - saltyfries
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not to be racist but, i find it odd that the Pistons of the NBA (a predominantly black sport) is based in a suburb, while the Red Wings of the NHL (a predominantly white sport) is in the city, when Detroit is a mostly black city and Auburn Hills is mostly white... For some reason I just don't think that makes sense...
User avatar #56 to #55 - kerfufflemachtwo
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Lions used to be the same way, too.

Then again, the Red Wings have been in Detroit long before it became a mostly black city. First in the Olympia building, then Joe Louis Arena.

Not sure how long the Pistons have been around. Or the Palace of Auburn Hills, for that matter. But not as long as the Red Wings.
User avatar #57 to #56 - saltyfries
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PoAH has been around since 1988, they used to play at Cobo
User avatar #58 to #57 - kerfufflemachtwo
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There ya go. They were downtown, but moved. Probably because the Palace is nice than Cobo.

Cobo still gets used plenty, though.
#35 to #23 - xnotcreative
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That's the same here in NJ
User avatar #25 to #23 - dedaluminus
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Northern colorado
#15 - vinylshark
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Actual german police car
#147 to #15 - anon id: 64a8ba26
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You could do this with every country.

And the police has a **** ton of Mercedes and a couple of BMW's. Audis are more fore the doctor on call, where I am from.

Pic related it's an BMW M5 from Bavaria for the Autobahn police.
User avatar #207 - sovietsamurai
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If there is one thing which that I actually know for sure about america cars is I think they are called muscled cars and I have never seen one in person, but I hear that they are badass ...

I am always see picture and video of different muscled car on internet and they can be quite beautiful and awesome ...

I am wishing that I knew more about them ...
#54 - firehippie
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For a while these were used as police cars. If you saw one these in the rear view mirror you know there's no point in trying.
User avatar #41 - RlCK
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**RlCK rolls 97** what car is the italian one?
User avatar #258 to #41 - nickdaswagger
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**nickdaswagger rolled comment #37 ** :
does playing it on hard give you better combos and make it so things flow more dynamically? Cuz the videos I saw for combat where just him doing a single combo, dodging back, stepping forward, doing the same combo, dodging back and repeating, and he did that exact same thing in a ton of different fights.

Also just because it's based on books written by someone that got out 6 books doesn't mean it won't be a generic two dimensional fantasy plot. The dragonlance series is a generic 2 dimensional fantasy plot and that has like 30 books.

I guess I'm not really trying to say it looks like an AWFUL game just that it looks pretty second rate and isn't really the kind of thing of game I would want to spend my time on.

Although yeah, maybe you're right perhaps it's the best game around and it just looks boring as ****.