The Maine Bureau of Highway Safety chose to build their mobile command center on a Freightliner M2. This vehicle features a 350HP engine and an Allison 3000 EVS automatic transmission with PTO provision. This vehicle is used to help the Bureau test suspects of intoxicated driving while on scene, giving them the most accurate results of how impaired a driver was during vehicle operation. On-board they are able to perform field sobriety tests, phlebotomy tests, and use their Intoxilyzer.
At the front are two workstations with custom overhead cabinets that include dry erase writing surfaces. An aluminum handcuff bar is found under the CitiSeat for suspects. For quick access to the department's Intoxilyzer, a slide-out printer tray has also been added. In the center of the vehicle is an on-board lavatory and a 2.7 cu. ft. refrigerator is found by the curbside entry door with an overhead electronics rack above it. Laminate countertops have been used throughout for durability. There is ample custom-fabricated cabinetry throughout the vehicle, including five lockable closets that provide plenty of storage space in the rear of the vehicle. These closets include adjustable shelving to configure to the department's storage needs.
To provide coverage over the curbside entry door, a 14' electric awning has been installed. On the rear are two telescoping tripod lights that can be set up to help illuminate the scene along with additional scene lights integrated into the body of the vehicle. A 12-kW commercial quiet diesel generator provides electric power to the vehicle when needed. Underbody storage compartments provide additional outside storage space.