Call them rapid-intervention, crash tenders or aircraft rescue, we understand the special needs these vehicles must meet.
These vehicles are often equipped with super-single tyres to provide increased ground clearance and mobility to climb over obstacles. Always all-wheel-drive, automatic gearbox and with cabs ranging from sleepers to the Scania CrewCab.
Airport rescue vehicles are highly advanced compared to conventional rescue vehicles and must meet a range of requirements, e.g. performance and top speed, including international and domestic aviation standards. The terrain surrounding airports often does not permit the use of conventional fire vehicles; airport rescue vehicles are therefore built to handle on-road and off-road conditions.