you insisting that you need your own little SWAT team for friggin' insurance fraud is bullshit.
And indication you probably shouldn't be in that office.
Y'know, one of the giveaways is the five 2012 Dodge Chargers for $23,590 each
and two 2013 Chevrolet Tahoes for $26,505 apiece, each outfitted with
police packages that include stiffer suspensions and wiring for
additional communications equipment. Really? You need cars with PURSUIT PACKAGES?
Thoughts added after a comment from Sigivald:
Problem is, they're the Insurance Commission investigating fraud; all they NEED is four wheels and a motor to get them around, maybe a radio(although they've probably got issue cell phones). A economobile would get better mileage, too.
Which brings up another question: if they're getting set-up-for-pursuit cop cars, are they planning on pursuits? Really? Have their investigators been to EVO school? If not, well, the questions that pop up after that keep going downhill.