Recession forces innovation in UK police force

by edwin - on July 9th, 2010

police-pedalWhen life throws you lemons, what do you do? Why, you take it in your stride and make lemonade, of course. It seems that with the world’s economies in the doldrums still the police force in the UK have improvised on their lot by building a new five-gear vehicle that can hit a top speed of 20 miles per hour in order to combat anti-social behaviour. Costing more than £1,000 to build, it ships with the full Hampshire Constabulary livery and a roll bar which helps offer a degree of protection to the driver in the event of a crash. Heck, it might even help the bobbies slim down with all the furious pedaling done, eh?

Source: The Telegraph

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