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Fire Trucks Save Lives and Structures
Fire trucks carry our heroes - the ones who charge into the heat and smoke of raging fires to rescue those individuals who are at risk of injury or even death. They also work to protect valuable structures and materials that are vital to the financial health of individuals and businesses. They act as emergency medical responders -- many of them highly trained in triage and first-responder medical activities. All the while, many of these heroic firefighters are volunteers. The rest typically do it for the pride of helping their communities.
Most fire departments across the nation continually monitor their equipment to ensure that it is in peak operating condition. Fire equipment, ladders, hoses, and even fire trucks are maintained by these departments to improve the performance of the entire fire crew. For those departments seeking a way to become more effective at fighting fires, a new or used fire truck may be the answer. By being able to get more fire fighters into a hot zone, and by having the ability to haul necessary supplies to a fire, a new or used fire truck is a sound investment for many departments.
What is Available On the Market Today?
Fire trucks run the gamut from EMT transport units to the "big red" pump and ladder units that many of us see heading to a fire. There are several key players in the fire truck segment, and Ford has certainly made its intention known that building support vehicles for our nation's fire departments is a key priority. The Ford F350 is the foundation for many small to medium sized fire-fighting units. For those involved in forestry work, the threat of forest fires is all too real. On today's market you can find F350-based brush fire trucks that are equipped to help support ground crews during forest fires. They can transport fire fighters into fire zones, bring necessary supplies to hard to reach places, and typically come equipped with tanks that can hold several hundred gallons of water or fire fighting liquids. With onboard pumps and spray nozzles, these units are highly effective at attacking smaller blazes or adding support to the fire line.
GMC makes a variety of firefighting vehicles as well. Those that aim to tackle larger fires are the Topkick series of diesel-powered fire trucks. These massive units are designed to put down serious blazes, and are equipped with a full array of onboard safety and fire-fighting equipment. Having an extra engine on scene can make the difference between a successful outcome or massive property loss or harm to occupants. For those smaller to intermediate sized municipalities who may think that an additional fire truck is out of their budget, it may pay to consider a quality used unit.
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We have built an immense partnership with a national network of sellers and advertisers who specialize in trucks and truck accessories. If your organization is seeking a new or used fire truck to bring additional firefighting capability to your locality, you'll certainly find a terrific inventory to choose from. If you can't find the exact model or design that your group needs, simple complete the "Want-to-Buy" screen and our network of sellers will get to work finding the exact truck you need. We make it easy to get you in the driver's seat.