A highway patrol vehicle in the Kansas City metropolitan area of Kansas City, Missouri, can drive as fast as 85 miles per hour and can catch more than 10,000 cars a day.
But in this case, the highway patrol’s vehicle is equipped with sensors that allow it to keep a closer eye on highway traffic.
It’s called the Highway Patrol Vehicle Infra-Red and it’s an important tool for the agency’s traffic enforcement.
It also has a number of other sensors that give it some other situational awareness.
The first is the radar-equipped vehicle’s “Traffic Sense” sensor.
It measures the speed and direction of the vehicles on the highway and can identify cars ahead of it.
The other two sensors are the traffic jam detection system and its automatic braking system.
The first is a radar-based radar system that detects objects in the vehicle’s field of view.
The second is an electronic device that can determine the speed of the vehicle in front of the highway.
The vehicle’s GPS receiver then uses the sensor information to determine the proper speed for the vehicle to stop in front.
The Highway Patrol vehicle can spot the speed limits of any intersection on the interstate, and it can warn the driver of impending speed limit changes.
The system also has an auto-brake system that automatically slows down when the vehicle is in the middle of a highway.
This kind of situational awareness is useful because the Highway Police Department uses it to make sure everyone obeys the speed limit in the area.
In fact, in a recent test in Kansas City’s downtown area, the system made sure everyone was on the correct side of the road and that no one was trying to pass other vehicles.
The department has a budget of $6.2 million for its new highway patrol vehicles and the highway police officer is the department’s second-highest paid employee.
The Highway Patrol has also made changes to its existing vehicles.
Its newer model, the K-9, is equipped for a new radar system and automatic braking.
The old model, called the S-1, has been equipped with a sensor that allows it to automatically detect cars ahead.
The police department is looking to upgrade its fleet of highway patrol cars to its current, more powerful vehicles that are equipped with new radar systems and automatic brakes.
The new vehicles are being designed with new sensors and cameras, and the department hopes to have them operational by the end of the year.