Stealth Graphics

JazzDad

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Can anyone explain to me why you would put the 'Call 9-1-1' graphic on your vehicle when it's done up in covert reflective material?

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Jarred J.

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unlisted

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is it an actual emergency vehicle? any other graphics on it?
Could be complying with a state law which may say something like "must be a marked vehicle to make traffic stops".. nonsense?
 

jph2

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"Call 9-1-1" was never required on emergency vehicles, but it became common in the 70s and 80s as a means of educating the public about the 9-1-1 emergency number, especially as it was rolling out across the US. The public education need is long gone but it's now traditional to mark the vehicles with "Call 9-1-1". Thus, since many ghost graphics are just stealth versions of full color graphics, they include the "Call 9-1-1" part as well.
 
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JazzDad

JazzDad

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I'll try to get a photo. Newest vehicle in the fleet.
 

John Smith

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We're doing ghost/stealth graphics on all 4 of our new cars. We are also adding a Dial 911 graphic to the cars, but that is partially because being called a Marshal's Office some people get the idea that we're not actually sworn law enforcement, so the 911 graphics add some legitimacy.
 

prty

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So Ghosts know who to call when the Ghostbusters are assaulting them.

Honestly, they probably took regular patrol decals and just ghosted them.
 

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