Greek police force acquire first electric highway patrol

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The Greek Police has acquired the first electric VAN type motorway patrol vehicle, a donation of “Nea Odos.”

The electric VAN will cover the police needs of the motorway and has an autonomy of approximately 320 kilometres.

General Secretary of Citizen Protection Manos Logothetis attended the event held at the Automotive Service Station “Malakasa – Sirios.” The vehicle was handed over by the company’s CEO Rodianos Antonakopoulos. 

Logothetis spoke about the “ green” transition of the Hellenic Police and especially of Traffic Police.

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