We’re presented with images of America on a daily basis, not least through the magic of the silver screen. It’s here we see our heroes and villains battle it out for our entertainment, and more often than not, there will be a car chase or two involved and it’s during those chases that we’re fed scenes of powerslides and exciting vehicular antics. Well, the fact of the matter is that by seeing these cars on screen, we find ourselves wanting them. They become stars in their own right, and there is a power that comes from that and the American Police Interceptors are instantly cooler and more exciting than other cars. It’s that ability to excite in which Support Vehicle a not for profit organisation based on the South Coast of England saw a wonderful way where an American Police Interceptors undeniable presence could continue to be a force for good. The American Police modus operandi is ' Protect & Serve’ and whilst our Police Interceptor might no longer be on the streets of the U.S, it continues to Protect & Serve in the most miraculous way.
Ours is a straightforward mission to rapidly deploy our vehicle(s) and response team(s) who are all volunteers and work without wage to deliver support to those in crisis and as you would expect; all of our vehicles have served on the front line in the United States and fully loaded to the American cop specification with working lights and sirens. All children must be accompanied by a parent(s) or Guardian(s) at all times.
Contrary to what many believe its never depressing supporting children, teens and adults receiving end of life care, it can be sad but what offsets that is when caring individuals and businesses partnership work with us. Families often suffer as a result of a child, teen or adult being seriously ill, which is why it's important for us to include; parent(s) siblings, close relatives, spouses, partners, boyfriends and girlfriends.
NB: Whilst we aim to offer our American cop car experiences to as many people as possible, some activities may have an age, height and weight requirement and parental/guardian supervision ratio may also apply.