Just a wild guess, but probably because they aren't firefighters. Or perhaps firefighters just don't want to share. :>D Because firetrucks are harder to chase people in and they are harder to park and they are harder to turn sharp corners with and they are easier to spot for those unsuspecting criminals :]
They will USE whatever they have to. Why would they want to use a fire truck? correct answer vehicles used all depends on the structure of the department police departments have emt and paramedics so do fire dept but police and fire fighters have completely different training police are not trained in the operation of fire vehicles, so it would not be any reason for them to drive one Some police forces, called Public Saftey have police officers who are trained as firefighters, and they do use fire trucks.
They use SUVs and trucks for off-road emergencies, such as high speed chases. They also use them for the dog squad, rescue squad and swat teams. They are necessary for the equipment they carry.
There are many,one of them are police and another is fire truck.Police use german shepards, and fire units use dalmations.
Jets, planes, helicopters, trucks, jeeps, and fire extinguishers.
Various types of fire trucks, which will vary by department and what kind of environment they operate in. A more rural fire department might have trucks with internal water storage, whereas an urban fire department can rely on the availability of fire hydrants. A city fire department would be more prone to having hook-and-ladder trucks in order to reach tall buildings, whereas this wouldn't be as much of an issue for a more rural fire department. Brush trucks would be more commonplace in a rural or small town fire department, what these are will also be dependent on the fire department and what they deal with. For a fire department which might deal with vacant lot fires, but not major forest fires, it may simply be a modified 4x4 pickup, whereas other departments may use demilitarised tactical trucks and tracked vehicles. Some departments will have ambulances as their stations, since EMS is normally part of Fire and Rescue for that town, city, or county.
police men , or fire men
HME is one company that manufactures fire trucks. The company is location in Michigan and has been in the heavy-duty transportation manufacturing industry for over one hundred years, having been founded in 1913.
City fire trucks (which are called structural engines because they fight fires in structures) have to carry ladders along with a much larger pump because they use much more water than BLM (wildland fire) engines. Since they don't need all that extra large equipment wildland fire engines to be built shorter to make it easier for them to maneuver on mountain roads and through dense forest areas.
you use fire doors for when there is fire . fire door is for stop a smoke and fire for a few minuts for get people out and firer man to come and stop fire by water for stop fire not become bigger.
Umbrellas 'n strollerz 'n pree much N-E-thing else :) fire trucks
Yes, Helicopters have radios similar to what police and fire fighters use.
The reason is because dalmations weren't afraid of the horses that the fire "trucks" back then used. Also they would bark so people would get out of the way. Soon though they used trucks instead of horses and the dogs got scared of the sirens. Also it was not safe for the dog to run with the truck. The fire fighters felt bad so they carried on the tradtion even if the dogs didn't help.
Both. Cars and trucks use different types - cars use regular and trucks use deisel - but both are still gasoline.
in the year 1951 they became a separate emblem from the police service because the police and fire service use to be one unit before that period and they took the decision to make the Trinidad fire service a separate entity
No, cause the heavily loaded trucks use more power than the empty trucks. I see you have the same homework assignment as me...
A fire engine is a motor vehicle which is designed to carry personnel and equipment which can be used to fight fires. Many people use the term "fire apparatus" or "fire truck" to describe such vehicles, as the term "fire engine" can be used to refer to a specific type of fire truck. There are a number of different types of fire trucks, ranging from lightweight wildland firefighting apparatus which is designed to travel off-road to massive ladder trucks which can allow firefighters to reach the upper stories of a building. In many cases, a fire truck fulfills only one function. A tanker, for example, is used to transport water or chemical fire suppressant to the site of a fire, while a pumper, also called a fire engine, has an engine which can be used to pump water from a tanker, hydrant, or another water source. Hose trucks carry lengths of hose along with tools, while other trucks are equipped with ladders or hydraulic platforms for reaching high fires. In addition, fire departments often have rescue vehicles with medical equipment. It is also possible to see multi-function fire trucks. Several companies around the world manufacture fire trucks. These trucks are designed to endure for decades, with some fire departments using fire trucks which are over 50 years old, especially in rural areas, where budgets do not allow for the purchase of the latest and greatest equipment. Fire trucks are also very heavy-duty, because they need to carry large amounts of gear, and they are designed to be driven rapidly to the site of a fire, with a variety of auditory and visual warnings to clear people from the road. In addition to being used to actually fight fires, a fire engine may also be used as an educational and public relations tool for a fire department. Fire departments which offer fire safety lessons for schools and businesses may bring a fire engine to the lesson to allow people to explore the truck, and to provide a ready assortment of tools and uniforms to demonstrate. Fire trucks are also used in parades and other civic events to increase visibility for the fire department, and they typically stand by at major events in case a rapid fire response is needed. In addition to working fire engines which are used on calls, some fire departments keep what are known as muster vehicles. Muster vehicles are antique fire trucks which have been carefully maintained to retain their vintage character, and these vehicles are displayed at events known as musters, which typically involve gatherings of multiple fire departments. Muster trucks may also be used ceremonially in parades, with some departments also using muster trucks in funeral professions for fallen comrades.The definition of a fire engine is a vehicle that is used to carry firefighters and equipment for fighting large fires.
Fire trucks don't really carry the water, they take big hoses and then hook it up to a fire hydrant, which supplies all the water. They just use too much to haul around.
Like a frequency for the microphone that is going to be illegal to use because police and fire are going to take over the frequency so pretty soon you cant broadcast yourself on a wireless microphone because police and fire will use it 2 communicate to each other!
the rich emplore the use of dump trucks as they have no need for toilets. the dump trucks take the soft stools to poor villages where the peasants use this poo to make their homes.
Get the local police to come and use slim Jim to open
Yes, it uses both trucks and planes.
old ford trucks
I like Paris and Independence Trucks. These are for long boards. Use Randall trucks for trick boards.
old trucks had them. new vehicles don't use them ,whether they are cars or trucks.
they should be listed as either 4.75 inch trucks or 7.5 inch trucks