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  • Submitted by DrBrian on Oct 20, 11 at 1:31pm

    Pit maneuver is the manner in which a cop takes out a fleeing car, usually front end into back quarter panel to make other vehicle spin out..

  • Submitted by alienmonster on Oct 20, 11 at 1:58pm

    Ooooo , well thanks Dr Bryan for actually answering and not being a dick

  • Submitted by shadowfox on Oct 20, 11 at 4:01pm

    To elaborate on Dr Brian's explanation, a P.I.T. maneuver (Precision Immobilization Technique)the application of the front portion of the front quarter panel ahead of your patrol vehicle's tire against the rear portion of the back quarter panel of the fleeing vehicle. You steer into the fleeing suspect's vehicle to force the vehicle to turn perpendicularly to its direction of travel. Push-bars can be used to apply a PIT maneuver as well. Sorry for the paragraph. Haha.

  • Submitted by alienmonster on Oct 20, 11 at 1:21pm

    What's pit maneuvered ???

  • Submitted by ReesesPoofs on Oct 20, 11 at 9:00pm

    aww don't thumbs down shadowfox, that was a damn good description

    • Submitted by shadowfox on Oct 21, 11 at 6:14pm

      Don't worry about it. I get to drive a patrol car every day, play with guns, and meet interesting people. They can't help but be jealous.

  • Submitted by chrissywhite on Jul 30, 12 at 10:04am