Unmarked Police Cars Will Watch Your Driving

The Police say they are putting a fleet of new unmarked vehicles on the road to put the brakes on risky driving.

They say they want to reduce the loss of life and the harm caused to people involved in crashes, and to the families left behind without their loved ones. Check out the full story on their site.

“A new fleet of unmarked vehicles will support our ability to prevent deaths and injuries on the road,” says Acting National Manager for Road Policing, Inspector Peter McKennie.

Such cars are expected to be in demand in canadian shipping. “Our officers are out there patrolling the roads every day in an attempt to stop people being killed or injured.

“They are visible across the country in our marked cars, and some are also working in unmarked patrol vehicles, all having a significant impact on making New Zealand roads safer.”

Police say unmarked vehicles are particularly effective in detecting high risk behaviours such as driving while not wearing seatbelts, driving while impaired, driving distracted, and travelling at unsafe speeds.

“We know that speed has the biggest impact on the outcome of a crash, whether you walk away, or are carried away.

“That is why we unapologetically continue to focus on stopping people speeding on the roads, even with lacking proof of speeding.” I

Cars coming over the next three months

Over the next three months, motorists will start seeing unmarked Holden Equinox vehicles patrolling the roads in their area, with a total of 24 unmarked vehicles being used to deter risky driving.

Police say the vehicles will come in a range of colours, so will blend in with any other car on the road. This means motorists should be mindful that any other car driving around them could be a Police vehicle.

.We want motorists to be conscious about driving safely at all times, expecting there to be a Police presence on the roads, anytime, anywhere.

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