The new, bolder design for the fleet York County Sheriff's vehicles are designed to make the cars more visible and increase the safety of the officers, according to the department.
The new, bolder design for the fleet York County Sheriff's vehicles are designed to make the cars more visible and increase the safety of the officers, according to the department.
The new, bolder design for the fleet York County Sheriff's vehicles are designed to make the cars more visible and increase the safety of the officers, according to the department.

Patrol cars' new design focuses on increased visibility

July 18, 2008 12:28 AM

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