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Automatic Tire Chain System

The ONSPOT Automatic Tire Chain System offers the traction of a single set of conventional snow chains at the flip of a dashboard switch, without having to stop the vehicle.

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24-Volt Power Converter/Battery Charger

This power converter is suited for specialty vehicles and stationary applications, including battery charging for buses, shuttle buses, local refrigeration delivery trucks, display vans, emergency vehicles, communication trucks, over-the-road trucks with sleeper cabs, and solar energy systems.

DOT Pickup Pack

Highway Products Inc., offers a super-customized storage system specially built to outfit Department of Transportation emergency service trucks.

LED Lighting

MADISON, IN - Grote Industries announced the introduction of a purpose-built LED lighting solution that can bring fire rescue vehicles into NFPA 1901 lighting compliance quickly and efficiently.

21TR & 21TR Plus with New Torus Technology

ST. LOUIS, MO - 21TR and 21TR Plus lightbars feature all-new Torus LED Technology in a 2100 lightbar package. Torus technology lightheads provide superior directional and off-angle performance.

SoundOff Signal’s Intersector

HAVERHILL, MA - Adamson Industries Corp., a provider of public safety vehicle equipment and installation services, introduces SoundOff Signal's Intersector, a LED under-mirror/surface-mount light.

GPS Cuts Washington County Vehicle Misuse & Boosts Productivity

The Tennessee county uses GPS tracking devices to make big improvements, monitor employee behavior and productivity, and reduce unauthorized vehicle use.

Cedar Rapids Fleet Tested by Floods of 2008

Despite losing 91 units, four out of five garages, all but one fuel island, and an entire data network, the City of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, fleet staff came together to overcome these challenges and forge a “new normal.”

Coordination is Key to Responding to Snow Emergencies

The City of Westminster, Colo., learned valuable lessons during a December 2006 storm event that severely tested the City’s emergency response and fleet maintenance teams. Teamwork and training were critical to a successful response.

The Stress and Demands of Maintaining an Emergency Vehicle Fleet

A university relies on its experienced staff to keep up with the challenge of running a fleet that rolls 24/7, 365 days a year.