Yup, I wana see the urban assult vehicles that everyone is running to fire and ems calls. especially with what everone is running to move traffic.
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You're my hero!!
yeah, I'm an assistant fire chief
don't do what?
MINE IS A 02 FORD RANGER EXT FX4 OFF ROAD 4X4 WITH A BLUE SHO-ME MINI LED LIGHT BAR WITH 7 FLASH PATTERNS IM ABOUT TO PUT LED'S IN THE GRILL


All we are required to run is dash lights, so I don't have cool roof top lights like some of you. I love my Blazer with the cool fire truck like paint...
You guys are wackers if ur a volley get you ass to the fire house trust me u want man power on the FIRE TRUCK your Truck with 20 light bars on it nd power call isnt gonna do shit on the scene of an accadent dwelling building or anything else for that matter go TO THE FIREHOUSE


of course, I have added a lightbar, siren and certified FF plates.
i had a little time waiting for the tow trucks at an MVA we had so i took alittle footage of my 2004 dodge 1500 on scene. there will be more lights added this year.
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No lights till I'm 18 other than the 4 ways. 1995 Jeep Cherokee Laredo w/ slightly Moded 4.0L.I have a Scanner antannae on it now and a Fire Company plate on the front...And then the purple 1993 Ford F150 Nite Edition is only every so often...351 Windsor High Output....and most of the time I ride the IHC/Crismson!HA...not everyone drives on scene!
sad thing is i dont run my lights much. usually i am the first one to the hall so i end up driving the engine. but sometimes i am out of town and those lights come in handy
The department I worked with in Georgia was a combination Department of Public Safety (DPS) and when a Fire call came in the two PAID Fireifghters on duty would drive the apparatus to the scene, the Cops (who were also certified FFs) on road patrol would respond to the scene in their patrol cars and if it was a working fire, or rescue, they would pull their bunker gear out of the trunk of their patrol car, suit-up and report to the IC. Volunteers would respond from home in their POVs to the scene (because the apparatus would be out of the bay in under a minute during a response) suit-up and report to the IC. If the volunteers went the station, all they would find was an empty bay.

I think in most places where Vols run lights, they are actually enroute to the station, not to the scene. Where my in-laws live Vols may have to drive 10-20 miles to get to the firehouse to get the apparatus out the door, which means the truck might not roll for a long time if FFs aren't getting there as fast as possible, and thus the need for the lights to request the right of way. They have a lot of moose-strikes up there and sometimes the scene of the accident is between the Vol's home and the firehouse, so they stop and begin rendering help at the scene while others bring the rig. Those lights on a POV must be a good thing to have on a foggy New Hampshire road at night...
i love them older blazers

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