Just a thought... correct me if I'm wrong but in most departments they want you to be at least 18 to run lights, then some departments don't let you run lights at all. Lights can give some people a power trip, in return causing, accidents on the way to the scene, breaking laws ect. So IMO you shouldn't get lights it would give you the feeling people HAVE to pull over for you and you can speed. Just use your 4 ways if you have to, some people pull over for them. But I guess it's not up to me, ask your Chief. Blue light card?
all i asked for is some good advice on some lights but nope this smartass dude has to but in and correct my spelling he shouldnt me in the fire service if hes soooo concerned about my spelling go be a grade school teacher.
And just as a side note, so you dont have to clog the site with more worthless crap. I have a door chock and a flashlight on my Sam Houston helmet, that goes great with my Morning Pride turnouts!
P.S. I would suggest a good flashlight, it may be the one light that saves your ass!
You reined Travis's next thread. And yes flashlights are a VERY useful tool, having a good light could be the one thing that helps you find your way out. (Narrow light stream rather than wide angle lights)
You said: Also there should be a period on the end on a sentence.
Suggested Sentence Structure: Also, there should be a period on the end of the sentence.
The non-use of appropriate syntax and sentence structure could be said to be a degradation of our communications skills. This degradation can easily be compared and in many ways is synonymous to pyrolysis or what we more commonly call something that is on fire. So what we are dealing with here is a structure fire...