Fire brigade and civil defence vehicles Prospeed: when the going gets tough, the chassis makes the difference
Chassis are changing the world of rescue. In maxi emergencies like in everyday rescue operations, the stress levels placed on rescue vehicles can be considerable
A standard rescue vehicle set-up sometimes has load limits that force rescuers to go out with several vehicles, deploying several teams.
Prospeed’s Chassix modifies the chassis of the vehicle to have 6 wheels instead of the original 4
The Chassix modifies the original of the vehicle to have 6 wheels instead of the standard 4.
Thus, it multiplies the vehicle load capacity and its ability to withstand even very adverse terrain.
All this, of course, in continuous feedback with the bodies concerned (fire brigade, for example) and the manufacturers.
The 6×6 on a Toyota vehicle is an attractive set-up.
You can see the latest news and innovations from the UK company on the beautiful stand set up at Emergency Expo, Roberts’ virtual exhibition for the emergency and rescue sector.