A fire fighting vehicle or fire truck is a vehicle planned essentially for firefighting operations. What's more, numerous fire divisions regularly utilize their vehicles for different uses including crisis medicinal administrations and salvage purposes.
The basic roles of a fire engine incorporate transporting firefighters to an occurrence scene, giving water to battle a fire, and conveying other gear required by the firefighters. A run of the mill advanced vehicle will convey instruments for an extensive variety of firefighting and salvage errands, with regular hardware including stepping stools, an independent breathing device, ventilating gear, emergency first aid treatment packs, and water powered salvage devices.
Numerous fire vehicles depend on standard vehicle models (albeit a few sections might be moved up to adapt to the requests of the vehicle's utilization). They are ordinarily capable of two way audio and visual communication, and in addition correspondence gear, for example, two-way radios and versatile computer innovation.