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    I know in other states you can have unmarked patrol vehicles. I was just wondering if in North Dakota you can have unmarked patrol vehicles?

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    39-10-03. Class A authorized emergency vehicles.
    1. The driver of a class A authorized emergency vehicle may:
    a. Park or stand, irrespective of the provisions of this chapter.
    b. Proceed past a red or stop signal or stop sign, but only after slowing down as
    may be necessary for safe operation.
    c. Exceed the speed limit so long as the driver does not endanger life or property.
    d. Disregard regulations governing direction of movement or turning in specified
    directions.
    2. The exceptions herein granted to a class A authorized emergency vehicle apply
    only:
    a. When the authorized emergency vehicle is in pursuit of or apprehension of a
    violator or a suspected violator requiring the use of these exemptions.
    b. When the class A authorized emergency vehicle is being operated in response
    to a reported emergency involving a possible personal injury, death, or damage
    to property, and when giving adequate warning by use of a flashing red or
    combination red and white lights that are visible under normal atmospheric
    conditions for at least five hundred feet [152.4 meters] and if appropriate, giving
    audible signal by siren or airhorn. A law enforcement vehicle that is otherwise
    a class A authorized emergency vehicle may display a flashing blue light in
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    addition to and under the same conditions as the other colors allowed in this
    subdivision.
    c. In any instance when the head of a law enforcement agency deems advisable
    within the area of that person's jurisdiction for the protection of person and
    property and when giving audible signal by siren or when giving adequate
    warning by use of a flashing red or combination red and white lights which are
    visible under normal atmospheric conditions for at least five hundred feet [152.4
    meters]. A law enforcement vehicle that is otherwise a class A authorized
    emergency vehicle may display a flashing blue light in addition to and under the
    same conditions as the other colors allowed in this subdivision.
    3. An emergency vehicle may not display or permit to be displayed any red lamp
    except when operated on official business.
    4. Any law enforcement officer as provided in paragraph 2 of subdivision a of
    subsection 2 of section 39-01-01 having stopped another vehicle along a highway,
    and while still involved in that incident, or any other related activity, may use amber
    lights, visible under normal atmospheric conditions for at least five hundred feet
    [152.4 meters], for the purpose of maintaining traffic flow.

    39-10-03.1. Class B authorized emergency vehicles.
    1. The driver of a class B authorized emergency vehicle may:
    a. Park or stand, irrespective of the provisions of this chapter.
    b. Exceed the speed limit so long as the driver does not endanger life or property
    during the time of a local or national disaster.
    c. Disregard regulations governing direction of movement or turning in specified
    directions.
    2. The exceptions herein granted to a class B authorized emergency vehicle apply only
    when the authorized emergency vehicle is displaying an amber light visible under
    normal atmospheric conditions for a distance of five hundred feet [152.4 meters] in
    any direction, and:
    a. When it is necessary for the authorized emergency vehicle to use these
    exemptions for the immediate protection of life or property;
    b. When an authorized emergency vehicle is stopped on a highway for the
    purpose of performing a duty as required of the driver; or
    c. When traveling at a speed slower than the normal flow of traffic.

    39-10-03.2. Class C authorized emergency vehicles. All class B specifications apply
    to class C authorized emergency vehicles except that a rotating blue flashing light must be
    displayed in place of an amber light as provided in section 39-10-03.1. With respect to vehicles
    used by state and local disaster emergency services personnel, the division of homeland security
    is responsible
    they are legal, and when giving adequate warning by use of a flashing red or
    combination red and white lights that are visible under normal atmospheric
    conditions for at least five hundred feet [152.4 meters] and if appropriate, giving audible signal by siren or air horn... are then a legal Emergency vehicle.

    ND traffic Law: http://www.legis.nd.gov/cencode/t39.html
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