The latest prototype off the Quik Corp production line is one of six vehicles that are being developed for QLD Rural Fire brigades.
The Light Attack Toyota Landcruiser has been developed to provide fire crews with optimum protection and performance when on the fire ground. The general-purpose vehicle is destined for brigades that do not have a truck and have limited resources at their disposal. This will allow them to better protect their community and service their region.
The RFBAQ has requested feedback from Brigades across Queensland. This gives all potential users the opportunity to have their say in the development of the built.
With unique features such as a rotomoulded underbody that holds a 550L water tank, through chainsaw locker, Vehicle Telematics system, and fire curtains. The vehicle has a GVM upgrade of 4.2 tonnes which ensures all fear and emergency staff are safely accommodated, with some leftover.
At Quik Corp, we foster a close relationship with our customers. From user feedback, we are constantly refining, enhancing, and improving our processes so we can deliver what you need, for each situation. We listen, evaluate, and discover what will work best for our customers, to make your job easier and safer.
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For more information and a chance to see the vehicle touring QLD, please follow their FB page https://www.facebook.com/lc.la.prototype/
Photo credit: Lego build – Aaron Coghill from Mudgeeraba RFB