When done right, they can look pretty classy. They do help a lot with daytime visibility too, which is probably why they didn't use white-on-white, but my preference would be something that matches the stripe on the side. Maybe alternating white and black chevrons with a little gold line on the top and bottom, just to stay consistent.lafd55 said:I also like seeing chevrons on the back of squad cars, except I would rather see ghost graphics to make it less of an eye soar.
I'd assume this is the reason they haven't updated their equipment in so long, it most likely is an expensive testing process they go through to ensure officer safety and they can't be buying any new stuff unless they test it, so they only do it every so often.Its surprising to me to read how everyone says PSP is behind the times yet they make it a point to do this. I am impressed they are this concerned with their officer's safety....very impressed. You don't read about departments smashing up brand new cars just to keep their people safe. :thumbsup: