Norwegian police buy emergency unit cars for 180 million kroner

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The police’s joint services have entered into an agreement with the supplier Handicare AS to deliver vehicles worth NOK 180 million.

The cars to be delivered are of the Ford Explorer hybrid type, Politiforum writes.

“These are vehicles intended for the emergency units in the police districts. The vehicles will replace the BMW X5, which is currently used,” Nils Erik Skulstad, section leader in the police’s joint services, noted.

He stated that Handicare AS would receive standard vehicles from Ford Norway that will be upgraded so that they satisfy police requirements.

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