Sheriff’s Office presents new decals on vehicles
Residents may have noticed a change in the Decatur County Sheriff’s Office vehicles recently. It’s not a trick of the eye.
The DCSO is adding new vehicles to their fleet and wanted a new decal to accompany them.
Sonya’s Signs by Design are in charge of the decal. Office Manager Curtis Robinson said the design will be white reflective vinyl with black writing on top. The words displayed are “Sheriff Decatur County.”
The white vinyl won’t be reflective during the day, but at night Robinson said the cars should shine very brightly to indicate they are not just another vehicle on the road.
Robinson said the company is very proud to be working on the fleet because it is for Decatur County. They work with the county often, but are usually stripping cars of their decals and lettering before they are sent to auction. This time, however they are working on the new Chargers and Tahoes to make sure they are ready for the road.
Approximately three-fourths of the vehicle fleet have been updated, but they still have several more scheduled for the month.
Robinson not only works on creating decals, but also does vehicle and boat wraps along with USDOT lettering. He encourages everyone to stop by the “one stop shop” and let him help you any way he can.
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