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I like the black and white. I'll bet they want the colours the same as the OPP. I know in the past when I saw an OPP car in the city, you wouldn't really pay too much attention to it as I always assumed they didn't have jurisdiction for local moving violations. Now, you'll have to assume all black and white cars in the city are Hamilton police.
On a side note, I saw a yellow fire truck the other day again. I didn't grow up in Hamilton but when I visited as a kid I loved the yellow fire trucks. I was sad when they changed them to red. Did I just see an older truck that hadn't been repainted yet or are we going back to yellow fire trucks again? That would be sweet.
Hamilton Fire has only 1 full – time fire truck, I believe Ladder 4 and one volunteer fire truck, I believe Pump 118 out of Binbrook that is in service that is yellow, There are 3 or 4 yellow spare vehicles including one ladder truck that are yellow. Most of them will disappear this year as some new trucks are delivered. Everything else is red except vehicles that do not usually respond to call such as administrative vehicles and fire prevention vehicles that are white.