All the possibilities for CT. The more I think about the CyberTruck the more versatile vehicle will be. I mean, Domino's driver would feel safe deliver their pizzas (built-in outlet for pizza warmer) any neighborhood. Taxi would get a lot of business, I would use taxi again or CyberUber or CyberLift? CyberCoastguard will be awesome. I don't mind riding in a CyberForce (police car) if got arrested by mistake
Sorry but the USCG does not engage in local beach ops, that's more of a mission that's best suited for the local Life Guard force, the USCG is set up to perform small boat, medium and high endurance cutter missions and aviation support, helos and fixed-wing.
Retired USCG, 21 years, HC-130, HU-25, H-60 aircraft aircrew / aircraft mechanic, we maintained what we flew. If something broke while away from station we called "dad" and had him send us another engine or whatever so we could fix it ourselves and fly home.
"Would have to deliver A LOT of pizzas to pay that truck off. "
That's very true but your overhead would be a lot less. But you could "Eliminate the middleman" if you could turn the CT into a mobile pizza maker and make the pies on the spot. Every thing could slide out of the bed and the cold stuff could be stored in the rear seat area in a small cooler that worked off the battery. The oven could be run off propane. I'm sure that would impact range but if you happened to be close to a charger you could "top off" occasionally during the day. There is also the "has Musk cracked the battery code" issue. If he has and the battery storage potential will be increased for the CT then everything could be ran off the battery. The possibilities for this vehicle just keep growing.
Absolutely love all these possibilities. The US Forest Service can use one outfitted for them, similar to the for USCG.
In all black, it can certainly look like an armored vehicle to be used in protective details!