maybe at around a age of about 18 because if the police at least sees you at a age about 9 your dad will at least lose his license for 1 month
Unless the license plate was illegally made, two cars wouldn't have the same license plate. This is because they are used to identify the driver/owner of the car if the police catch them doing something illegal (ex. speeding).
Police car, or Police Department.
A horse. In 1789, there were no cars, and also no police. The idea of a civilian "police" force was the invention of Sir Robert Peel, who founded the London Police. (If you have ever heard British police refered to as "Bobbies", or "peelers", that's where the term came from.)
No, they do not. All they require is suitable identification as a police officer. They will usually wear their uniform, however, and merely use unmarked/mufti cars.
A marked police car has all the stickers such as Police, Dial 911 ect. and an unmarked car is as it says it has none of those decals to indicate it's a police car.
The police officer does not own the police car, the jurisdiction he works for owns it, and yes a uniformed officer can drive an unmarked vehicle.
Yes, a California police officer can hide and has no obligation to identify himself depending on the situation. They often use this trick to catch people speeding on the highway.
Yes. Another police officer can charge them for speeding.
Speeding will result in a fine, if the police catch you.
I believe it refers to the officer's squad car. Stating that the car he/she pulled you over in was a marked car. Making it obvious that it was a police officer. Unlike an unmarked police car that would probably be driven by an undercover or plain clothes officer.
Arkansas Highway Police was created in 1929.