As the winter months quickly approach, getting your fleet of vehicles ready for any situation is critical. Tow truck, road side assistance vehicles, police cruiser, paramedic vehicles, ambulance and fire trucks all new to be tuned up in time for the cold weather.
Tuning up your vehicle can have a range of definitions from making sure that your vehicle is stocked with the right medical equipment to making sure that you have the proper emergency lighting and scene lighting. At Emergency City we want to make sure that you get the right lights at the right price. We have prepared a guide below for different lighting options for different kinds of vehicles.
Tow Truck & Road Side Assistance Vehicles
As part of any road side assistance team, tow trucks need to be able to get to the
an accident or disabled quickly. A tow truck driver once on the scene needs to make sure that both him, his vehicle and the scene can easily be identified. Making sure that the tow truck has a proper light bar such as
the Whacker Challenger Tow Bar Series LED Light Bar is just the first step. The driver needs to make sure that the scene is properly illuminated with LED work and flood lights, especially at night is also crucial for tow truck and roadside assistance vehicles.
Law Enforcement & Police Vehicles
Police departments, security companies and other law
enforcement agencies also need to be prepared for the upcoming winter season with the proper LED emergency lighting and LED light bars. Emergency City recommends looking into the proper LED lightbar for your application and fleet. This could mean a full size 360 degree warning light bar such as the Whacker Challenger 50″ LED Lightbar or an interior light bar such as the Whacker Shadow IT Interior LED Light Bar. Additional lighting could include surface mount or grill lights, warning light sticks and LED hide-a-way. We also recommend outfitting emergency vehicles with the proper police siren and speaker system.
As the autumn season goes by our experts will provide more information on how to properly prepare your vehicle for the upcoming winter season.