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Police looking to save money

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By Lou Elliott Jones, Editor

The Chiefland Police Department has seen the light and will be saving on its fuel bill as a result.

The "enlightment" came when the department ran a test on a police car without the familiar rooftop light bar, using lights that are mounted inside the windshields.

Chief Robert Douglas said he decided to go with the new lights after doing a test drive. "I did a test drive for 50 miles," he said. "Without the light bar I got 25 miles per gallon and with the light bar on I got 16 miles per gallon."


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