Everyday well drive past and see service vehicles that have been converted from standard consumer vehicles like Public Safety, Law Enforcement, Crime Scene Investigations, Command and Control Vehicles, incident Command Vehicles and Department of public works ( AMBER ) vehicle.
We all drive by vehicles that are used for all types of services including public service which are part of our everyday life. We see these Vehicle Conversions everywhere.
The Ford Police Pursuit Vehicle (PPV) is a very popular vehicle which was built specifically for the law enforcement industry but still needs to be upfitted with sirens lights vehicle cabinet systems for weapons storage and command and control and incident command.
The Dodge Charger comes with layout signs taken from the Battery charger Hellcat, Brembo brakes, 20-inch alloy wheels, and also sporting activity seats. SRT designs currently come typical with lighter 20-inch alloy wheels to differentiate the conventional Battery charger SRT from the Hellcat, as well as a guiding wheel with LED lighting in white (SRT 392) or red (Hellcat). Blind area caution and also back cross-path alert has actually been made conventional on the Battery charger SRT 392.
The Dodge Battery charger is a full-size back- or all-wheel-drive car that ports over the portable Dart. Several efficiency variations are supplied consisting of the 707-hp Battery charger SRT Hellcat.
like Police Vehicles and Crime Scene Investigation Units and Fire Chief Vehicle that are Vehicle Conversions. These vehicles are converted by being upfitted with Sirens, Lights, Radios and Vehicle cabinet systems.
Sprinters are a very common vehicle used for many, many types of mission both Public and Commercial. The public uses for Sprinters are vast and can run from Public Safety and School Safety to Plumbing
Fire Vehicle Conversions
Fire Vehicles are a very large vehicle conversion category which encompass Town and Municipality vehicles. These vehicle can be any type of Vehicle including sedans and SUV ( Sports Utility Vehicles) These vehicles are up-fitted with sirens and lights, radios and vehicle cabinet systems for equipment storage and vehicle organization.
Fire Chief Vehicles and Battalion Chief Vehicles are up-fitted with all kinds or gear and vehicle cabinets and lights to accomplish the mission at hand. Many Fire chiefs are sent to locations to command incident situations and need many types of gear including lights , sirens, vehicle storage cabinets and front cab consoles which hold radios and lights for communication and community situational awareness.
- Custom front console with cup holders, map light, radios and chargers
- Siren and light switches.
- Customized cabinet layout keeps equipment readily available.
- Aluminum pull-out drawers and trays to accommodate any need.
- Auxiliary lighting packages are available for on-scene illumination.
The Dodge Durango is many times compared to the Jeep Grand Cherokee. This newest incarnation of the Dodge Durango which was introduced in August 2010 and was built from the the ground up as a quality vehicle with many application for Fire Law and Public Safety. When placed alongside the Jeep Grand Cherokee the differences become clear – the running gear, powertrains, and chassis are very different from the Jeep.
Dodge Durango features two engines types.
The base Durango comes with 3.6 L V6 engine which produces approximately 290 hp (220 kW; 290 PS) and 260 lb·ft (350 N·m) of torque at 4,800 rpm; 90% of peak torque is available from 1,600 to 6,400 rpm. The Durango uses a Pentastar V6 engine and is backed by a Mercedes W5A580 five-speed automatic, with Chrysler’s controls and the driver-interactive control.
The Durango 5.7 L Hemi VVT V8
Dodge launched the Durango with 360 hp (268 kW; 365 PS) and 390 lb·ft (529 N·m) of torque, which features the 545RFE five-speed automatic. The Hemi V8 also delivers a fuel-saver (cylinder deactivation) mode. This feature is primarily used when the vehicle is cruising at constant speeds on level ground like highways and long flat roads.
Law Enforcement Vehicle Conversions
Public Safety Vehicle Conversions