The United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is investigating complaints about Ford Crown Victoria police cars according to a series of news agencies.
It has been reported now that complaints relate to issues associated with the steering columns in these vehicles. The reports, from three sources, state that part of the steering column can separate causing a lack of directional control. The Crown Victoria was a standard for police departments for the last fifteen years.
To prevent accidents, the NHTSA is investigating this issue and should have more details regarding the safety of these vehicles soon. For more details, read the full article here:
Feds investigate Ford police car steering problem