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Fire chief's vehicle
also called "chief unit" or a "fire chief's car" and has one more synonym

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  1. a "fire car", or sometimes even called a "Buggy" , is a car, truck, or SUV that is used by a fire chief at fire scenes

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 8, 2009
  2. Its specialized markings clearly indicate the Chief's rank, often making it a focal point at a large emergency scene

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  3. a throw back to horse drawn days

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  4. In the United States fire chiefs' cars tend to be very similar to police cars and are equipped with the same variants

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  5. (lightbars or light beacons, sirens, long-range and short-range radio antennas, bumper guards, communications systems, specialized engines, special equipment, etc.). Fire marshals also use very similar vehicles

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