Troopers in Oregon are are getting a major update to the look of their vehicles as they transition from a navy blue and yellow design to a cleaner silver look.
The recently redesigned vehicles -furnished by Dodge- will feature new designs that save money and increase night time visibility.
Senior Trooper Reel, a 13-year-veteran of the OSP, is the first to get a new cruiser, while Senior Trooper Andrews celebrates his eight years with the force by hopping behind the wheel of the new Fish & Wildlife truck.
According to Oregon State Police’s Facebook, the vehicles feature livery designed by OSP staff, complete with the new agency logo, which “promotes our 5 Values: Honor, Loyalty, Dedication, Compassion and Integrity; and let’s face it, just looks cool!”
For anyone unfamiliar, here’s a look at the old design (below).
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