|Quoting N1120A (Reply 1):|
Wow. She got f'ed up. Really too bad, because they were actually using that car for some interesting work. The typical use to help recruitment and visibility, but also for high speed organ and tissue transport that actually made it rather useful. I wonder if they will get a Ferrari now?
I'm sorry, but an organ is WAY too valuable to be transported in a speeding car unless that car is on a special roadway designed for those speeds. I really disagree with that program. Helicopters are much faster and safer.
A fancy car can be replaced. A liver not so much.
And I hope that the Italian taxpayers don't have to pay for another police toy like this. There's no reason the police need high-speed cars. They can use radios and communication to for chases (the only thing more dangerous than a car doing 150 MPH on the freeway is a second car chasing it at 150 MPH). It's a toy and nothing else. I'm all for a well-equipped police force, but this is nuts.