Each year, the public gets a chance to vote for their favourite US State Police cruiser.
US Police vehicles are known around the world not only for their huge engines but also for their vast arrays of blue-and-red LED lights.
This year, over 40 State Trooper vehicles have entered the competition with some of the finest looking police cars you will ever see being put on display.
California Highway Patrol entry
Anyone can get involved in this competition, regardless of where in the world you live.
The competition has been set up on a Survey Money page, so all you need to do is scroll through the 40+ vehicles on display and then pick your favourite state using the drop-down box at the bottom of the page.
Idaho State Police entry
Have a look at the police vehicles which are on display and let us know in the comments below which one is your favourite and why.
CLICK HERE to take part in the competition
Kentucky State Police entry
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