Ex military, Private Military Contractor, and now in Law Enforcement as a Specialist Dog Handler (AES Search).
Keen on cars, computers and good food.
I can be your best friend or your worst enemy, depends on if you pass the attitude test or not.
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Just as a recommendation, have you thought of changing your rear fog to the clear European lens?
It makes the rear end nice and balanced. http://pages.ebay.co...id=261331248725
Whack in a red cree bulb and job done.
So was it your own car or the courtesy car they keyed?
I've had mine done twice in a year, unfortunately for me it goes with the job.
Soon as some scrot finds out I'm Police they vent their angst.
That's why I don't buy new cars anymore.
The job does look like a faff at first but, like you say, once you get stuck in it's pretty straightforward.
Better than fiddling around trying to push a bulb into an unseen hole praying you don't drop the little ba - I mean - blighter
I got caught for 40 in a 30 zone a while back and took my licks like anyone else.
I sometimes forget which car I'm in and then suddenly realise I'm in my own car and not the work one and don't have the blue lights to fall back on.
Can anyone here honestly say they've never ever gone faster than the posted speed?