on friday i managed to get on the highway heading to work right behind a minivan. as i approached i noticed it was a ghost car. light bar in the back window, blue and reds in the grill, and the most obvious bit, the officer was in a bright yellow rcmp jacket.
for those curious, and wanting to write down more info to have to look up while riding, maroon/burgundy/crimson/(your choice of dark dark red here) chrysler minivan, license # BFE 010.
saw him again yesterday on the highway when goon and i were out hunting down tools. he had someone pulled over.
the thing i am questioning is the new driver's N that was on the back. yes, it's part of the unmarked cruiser deception, but do any legalities arise when an experienced (and obviously professional) driver has one on his vehicle?