Check This Out! Mobile Spike

Pursuit

Member
May 23, 2010
72
Pulaski County, AR
Wow, that does appear to be a nice system! I am sure it will have its flaws, and quirks like everything else. However, it appears to be a much safer, and efficient alternative to having an officer set up in the roadway ahead of a pursuit.
 

AZEMT

Member
May 21, 2010
143
Phoenix, AZ USA
That is some good old-fashioned ingenuity. I am dubious that it would work as well head on as they say, assuming you would want to drive your unit head on at someone who is running. But from the side it looks pretty slick.
 

CenTexPSE

Member
May 21, 2010
789
Covington, TX
That would come in handy for pesky tailgaters. Just move over, let them pass, then BAM :lol:
 

joe p

Member
May 21, 2010
50
Indianapolis, Indiana
Is that integrated into that pushbumper or an add on? At the end it looked like it was all one unit.
 

unlisted

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May 20, 2010
7,333
NA
joe p said:
Is that integrated into that pushbumper or an add on? At the end it looked like it was all one unit.
The ones I saw last year were an add on.. but the pushbumper needed to be modified a bit. I do believe the manufacturer sells a "all in one" now..
 

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