Fremont Police Adds Tesla Model Y To Its Patrol Fleet

“If shift 'A' comes in with a car that’s on empty for its range, that new group will have to wait until it charges back up, and I need to have cars that you can fuel up and have back out in five minutes,” said Lt. Eric Tang, who works for Fremont Police Department’s (FPD) Special Operations Division in California.

“If we had half EVs [electric vehicles] and half hybrids, then I could absorb that. I would be OK with that,” Tang added.

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