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Surface mounts are great for those smaller locations and also for grill or deck mounting. The advantage of installing the surface mounts in addition to a roof mounted light bar is to ensure the lower areas of the vehicle have an adequate warning signature for the whole vehicle. For instance placing surface mounts on the lower half of the vehicles front grill allows motorist to see your flashing surface mounts in there rear view mirror, because as you get closer to the back of there vehicle the driver will generally lose site of your roof mounted warning systems and therefore...

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Emergency vehicle outfitters are now in demand today as society constantly needs to handle emergencies of different sorts. These emergency vehicles usually are equipped with emergency led lights. The LED lights are now increasingly becoming the lighting of choice by emergency vehicle outfitters as well as by other industries including commercial establishment lighting, medical lighting, and even residential lighting. The reason for this is because the LED lights offer very distinct advantages compared to the older filament-based emergency vehicle lighting like less heat issues, easier maintenance, longer lifetime and producing a much brighter light. With the continuous advances in LED lighting technology, you...

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Technology introduced 2015 New technology gives emergency service vehicles priority at traffic lights across Queensland By Patrick Williams Updated 24 Nov 2015, 3:55pm PHOTO: Queensland Ambulance Service's Brad Hardy shows Queensland MP Mark Bailey where the new Emergency Vehicle Priority technology fits into an ambulance. (ABC News: Patrick Williams) MAP: Brisbane 4000 New technology for Queensland's fire trucks and ambulances will give them green light priority at intersections when travelling to emergency situations throughout Brisbane and major regional centres. Emergency Vehicle Priority (EVP) provides a green light signal to approaching emergency vehicles when safe to do so. The technology has already been installed at more...

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Australia A marked highway patrol cruiser of the Western Australia Police. A marked Roads and Traffic Authority vehicle with Magenta lights In Australia, colors are generally regulated at the state level, but there are some commonalities: Red and Blue is used by all State and Federal Police forces, Military Police, Australian Customs as law enforcement motor vehicles. Red and blue is also used by all State and Australian Defence Force fire and ambulance services. Civilian Ambulance and most fire units across the country use red and blue lights with State Emergency Service motor vehicles in most states being authorised to use the red and blue light...

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Have you ever been riding along with a friend or family member when you suddenly see red and blue flashing lights behind you? A quick glance behind you will tell you what kind of emergency vehicle is approaching. Is it an ambulance? Perhaps a fire truck? Hopefully it's not a police car about to pull you over for speeding! Regardless of what type of emergency vehicle it is, it's important to pull over to the side of the road, so that it can pass safely to get to its destination as quickly as possible. Emergency lights serve several important purposes. First, they visuallyconvey the urgency of an emergency vehicle's journey....

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