Uh, I really am the last person you have to tell to check out C.L.E.E.T. laws for private security in any way. I know full well what is required, and when I work, the vehicle meets those requirements. I will post other pictures for you here in a bit so that you can ease your mind and know that you don't have to have any doubts. I work within the law, not outside of it. Because of this, I have built a very good reputation within my industry and with the police.Twobravo said:If never said anything about you being whackerish or impersonating an officer either.
Also, I know the Expedition that you bought is new and I'm giving you the benefit of the doubt that you aren't working out of it yet. If you were using it for security in the condition that it was in, your vehicle was NOT in compliance with CLEET rules regarding private security. I'd go read what CLEET says about non factory lighting and how your vehicle is supposed to be marked.
I was only giving you a hard time for the intersection strobes you were talking about. We both know they are not neccesary and that they are overkill. However, like you said, it's your money and your car. I never questioned that, nor did I say anything bad about your install, etc. Thanks.
it's double din up front, but only din and half in the rear, because the ventilation ducting runs behind the radio...so you can't use its full DD height...radio10-8 said:With a double din you have some other cool installation options. Maybe a 996T with another am/fm radio, dvd player, gps receiver. Keep us posted on the install, also I saw a Gall's console in person that is a 3 piece console, room for radios, cup holder and flip out writing bench..
radio10-8 said:jparks, thanks for the info, I wanted to do something with my expedition, Any ideas on installing 2 radios in dash, Maybe some custom work in the back? move the vent tubing?
Well thanks. I don't think I deserve it though.peterjmag said:Hey 2Bravo "Matt" we felt honored to give you this award for your true sevice and dedication to the ham radio community...thank you