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SHORT TERM FIRE APPARATUS RENTAL

ACCIDENTS AND REPAIRS HAPPEN

 

Sometimes you just need a fire truck rental to run while your apparatus is out for repair. Fire Line Equipment can assist you with a short term lease vehicle while your apparatus is being repaired or refurbished. Your leased / rental fire truck will come to you fully serviced, pump tested, aerial tested (if applicable) and ready to go into service protecting your community.

SALES, SERVICE & PARTS 

CALL CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA’S FULL SERVICE APPARATUS DEALER!

TOLL FREE: 877-346-1373

LOCAL: 717-354-8106

AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL
2009 Ford Light Rescue

  • Ford F550 4 door
  • Ford 6.4L 391 diesel engine
  • EVI non-walk-in body
  • 4 SCBA cylinder holders
  • OAL:   25’8″
  • OAH:  8’11”
  • 8.5 kw Generator
  • Winch

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AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL
2001 LTI 102' Ladder Tower

  • Four door extended cab
  • Seating for 6 firefighters
  • 2000 GPM fire pump
  • 300 gallon booster tank
  • LTI 102′ Ladder Tower
  • Dual platform monitors
  • Breathing air
  • LED warning lights
  • Certified aerial

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AVAILABLE FOR RENTAL
1996 E-ONE RESCUE PUMPER

  • 4 door enclosed cab
  • Waterous 1500 GPM
  • 750 gallon poly water tank
  • OAL:  32’5″
  • Rear discharges
  • Supply hose included
  • Seating for 8
  • Hydraulic ladder rack

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OUT ON RENTAL
2004 E-ONE RESCUE PUMPER

  • Cummins ISL 400HP diesel
  • 63,000 miles
  • Hydraulic ladder rack
  • Roll up compartments on both sides
  • Hale 1500 GPM fire pump
  • 750 gallon water tank
  • Foam Pro Foam System
  • LED Warning Lights

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Leasing Requirements FAQ

  1. Will our insurance company pay for the rental / lease while our truck is out for repair?
  2. What is the minimum lease term available?
  3. Who pays for the transportation of the truck to my location?
  4. Is there a required security deposit?
  5. Will my fire department need to insure the vehicle?
  6. Will my fire department be responsible for registering and licensing in our state?
  7. Will the leased truck come with loose equipment?
  8. Will the leased fire truck be serviced before we receive it?
  9. Who is responsible maintenance while my fire department leases the vehicle?

 

1. Will our insurance company pay for the rental / lease while our truck is out for repair?

Check with your insurance carrier to see if they will provide a rental vehicle while your truck is out for repair. It is becoming more common for fire departments to have this coverage in their policy.

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2. What is the minimum lease term available?

The minimum a truck can be leased for is 30 days

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3. Who pays for the transportation of the truck to my location?

The leasing fire department is responsible for round trip transportation charges.

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4. Is there a required security deposit?

Yes, a security deposit is required and is generally equal to one month’s lease payment. The security deposit is refundable at the end of the lease term as long as the vehicle is returned in a satisfactory condition.

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5. Will my fire department need to insure the vehicle?

Yes, the leasing fire department will insure the vehicle while it is leased.

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6. Will my fire department be responsible for registering and licensing in our state?

Yes, the leasing fire department is responsible for registering and licensing the vehicle in your state.

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7. Will the leased truck come with loose equipment?

Ground ladders (tested) will be provided. Adaptors and caps will be installed on all intakes and discharges. No other loose equipment, hose, monitors, tools or lighting (unless permanently mounted) will be provided.

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8. Will the leased fire truck be serviced before we receive it?

Yes, each leased truck receives a Federal DOT inspection and pump test prior to being released. All warning lights and other devices are checked for operation. The engine and chassis will be fully serviced.

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9. Who is responsible maintenance while my fire department leases the vehicle?

The leasing fire department is responsible for all routine maintenance while in possession of the vehicle. Any repairs needed due to operator error, equipment misuse, or failure to maintain the vehicle in accordance with manufacturer’s standards will be the responsibility of the leasing fire department.

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