You dont need to go to college if its a volunteer department in RI you dont need anything special if its a paid a cdl idk about any where else
Go and drive and get there
19 years old
Its right above the "taxi" place.
A licensed driver who is also a fireman operates the fire truck.
depends also on the condition of the fire truck. But you can go to jail easily for 30 years
Fire truck is two words.
It depends which fire truck but I know that the numbers generally go on the door and the "FIRE" stickers go on the back. but it depends on which fire truck you have
Adjective. An adjective describes a noun (e.g. the truck is both red and a fire truck).
Stanford Fire Truck House was created in 1904.
The compound noun 'firetruck' is made of of two words, 'fire' and 'truck'.
the panther fire truck is sentinel prime
A fire truck ladder is anywhere from 20-100 ft tall.
there is 15 fire truck missions
Rolls Royce did make a fire engine (truck) in 1920. One was purchased for Borough Green and District. The above vehicle was converted to a fire truck in 1933. It did no leave the Rolls factory as a fire truck.
they will see the fire
Yes, you can. Not from the fire department but from the vehicle manufacture. There is no proprietary equipment on a fire truck. But you may need a special license to drive it.
No. A fuel tank will not explode just because it is on fire. However, it will feed the fire and make it worse.
Fire engines are usually 9ft wide and around 30ft long. However, there are multiple instances that are different due to the type of fire truck.
It is in Baton Rouge, Louisiana at the Office of the State Fire Marshal. The State of Louisiana owns the truck.
Fire Truck. Literally = Truck of firemen.