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{{Infobox vehicles
| name = Fire Truck/Firetruck
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| name = Fire Truck
| front_image = FireTruck-GTA4-front.jpg
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| aka = Firetruck<br>
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Firetruk <small>(game file name, GTA IV)</small>
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| front_image = FireTruck-Front-GTAV.png
 
| image_size = 300
 
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| caption = A Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto IV]]
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| caption = A '''Fire Truck''' in ''[[Grand Theft Auto V]]''.
| rear_image = FireTruck-GTA4-rear.jpg
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| rear_image = FireTruck-Rear-GTAV.png
| manufacturer = [[MTL]] (GTA IV)
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| manufacturer = [[MTL]] <small>([[HD Universe]])</small>
| vehicle_type = 2/4-door [[:Category:Emergency Vehicles|emergency fire truck]]
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| vehicle_class = Emergency
| capacity = 2 (GTA 1 — GTA Vice City Stories)<br />4 (GTA IV — GTA Chinatown Wars)
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| vehicle_type = Emergency vehicle
| appearances = All Games}}
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| body_style = Firetruck
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| capacity = 2 <small>(driver and passenger, 2D/3D Universe)</small><br>
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4 <small>(driver and 3 passengers, GTA IV)</small><br>
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8 <small>(driver and 7 passengers, GTA V)</small>
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| appearances = All Grand Theft Auto games
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}}
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:{{Disambiglink|For the mission in [[Grand Theft Auto V]], see [[Fire Truck (mission)]].}}
   
The '''Fire Truck''' (or '''Firetruck''') is a general purpose fire truck equipped with a water cannon. The Fire Truck has appeared in every [[Grand Theft Auto|GTA]] game.
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The '''Fire Truck''' (or '''Firetruck''') is a general purpose [[wikipedia:Fire engine|fire truck]] equipped with a [[wikipedia:Water cannon|water cannon]]. The Fire Truck has appeared in every [[Grand Theft Auto]] game. It is manufactured by [[MTL]] in the [[HD Universe]].
   
 
== Description ==
 
== Description ==
The Fire Truck is depicted in every appearance as a large truck-based vehicle with a predominantly red paintjob, long chassis and bulky design, evidently to contain firefighting equipment. Being an emergency vehicle, the vehicle has a good top speed, however its weight gives it poor-to-moderate acceleration, and poor handling. In most GTA games, the Fire Truck spawns where large fires or explosions have occurred, or Fire Stations since [[GTA2]].
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The Fire Truck is depicted in every appearance as a large truck-based vehicle with a predominantly red paintjob, long chassis and bulky design, evidently to contain firefighting equipment. Being an emergency vehicle, the vehicle has a good top speed, however its weight gives it poor-to-moderate acceleration, and poor handling. In most GTA games, the Fire Truck spawns where large fires or explosions have occurred, or Fire Stations since [[GTA 2]].
   
Fire trucks in the GTA series tend to feature a high-powered deck mounted water cannon that is not only capable of putting out fires that are burning alone or burning pedestrians or cars (especially from GTA III onwards), but is also equally capable of pushing pedestrians back. In GTA IV, the water cannon can easily push any light vehicles and eventually kill a pedestrian; although this must be done for a prolonged period of time.
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Fire trucks in the GTA series tend to feature a high-powered deck mounted water cannon that is not only capable of putting out fires that are burning alone or burning pedestrians or cars (especially from GTA III on-wards), but is also equally capable of pushing pedestrians back. In GTA IV, the water cannon can easily push any light vehicles and eventually kill a pedestrian; although this must be done for a prolonged period of time.
   
=== GTA 1 — GTA 2 ===
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=== GTA 1 — GTA 2 - GTA London ===
 
Prior to GTA III, the Fire Truck's main virtues are its large size and weight, which make the vehicle resilient to damage and difficult for most other cars to ram off-course. Other common traits of these early renditions are their average speed, and poorer acceleration and cornering. While revealed in game files in GTA 1 and GTA London to be valued at $1,500 and £1,500, respectively, the vehicle cannot be exported as it is too large.
 
Prior to GTA III, the Fire Truck's main virtues are its large size and weight, which make the vehicle resilient to damage and difficult for most other cars to ram off-course. Other common traits of these early renditions are their average speed, and poorer acceleration and cornering. While revealed in game files in GTA 1 and GTA London to be valued at $1,500 and £1,500, respectively, the vehicle cannot be exported as it is too large.
   
GTA 1 features two variants of the Fire Truck, with one appearing in [[Liberty City in GTA 1|Liberty City]] and [[Vice City in GTA 1|Vice City]], and the other exclusive to [[City of San Andreas|San Andreas]]; their exact sources of inspiration are unknown, but are generally depicted in the style of typical American fire trucks. The Fire Truck featured in GTA London, however, assumes a more European design, likely to be based on a chassis of a British lorry; the vehicle's design is also adapted into the [[ICBM]] in [[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969|GTA London 1969]].
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GTA 1 features two variants of the Fire Truck, with one appearing in [[Liberty City in GTA 1|Liberty City]] and [[Vice City in GTA 1|Vice City]], and the other exclusive to [[City of San Andreas|San Andreas]]; their exact sources of inspiration are unknown, but are generally depicted in the style of typical American fire trucks.
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The Fire Truck featured in [[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969|GTA London 1969]], however, assumes a more 1960s European design, likely to be based on a chassis of a British lorry such as a [[wikipedia:Dennis Specialist Vehicles|F/Delta-type Dennis]]; the vehicle's design is also adapted into the [[ICBM]].
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In GTA 2, the Fire Truck is designed in a classical [[wp:American LaFrance|American LaFrance]]-like appearance, in line with the game's retro-futuristic styling. The game's Fire Truck is also introduced with a functional [[Weapons in GTA 2|water cannon]] that serves as a passive weapon which pushes (human) targets back using a gush of water. A Fire Truck with a mounted [[Weapons in GTA 2|flamethrower]] may also be unlocked by completing the [[Wang Cars]] side quest. Like in earlier games, the Fire Truck is too large to be [[Crusher|crushed]]. Like the [[Tank]], you can rotate the water cannon by holding Tab on PC and using the left and right arrow keys to rotate it. Note you can't do this while steering, and holding Tab honks the horn, so only honk the horn while going straight.
   
In GTA 2, the Fire Truck is designed in a classical [[wp:American LaFrance|American LaFrance]]-like appearance, in line with the game's retro-futuristic styling. The game's Fire Truck is also introduced with a functional [[Weapons in GTA 2|water cannon]] that serves as a passive weapon which pushes (human) targets back using a gush of water. A Fire Truck with a mounted [[Weapons in GTA 2|flamethrower]] may also be unlocked by completing the [[Wang Cars]] side quest. Like in earlier games, the Fire Truck is too large to be [[Crusher|crushed]].
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In GTA 2's [[Residential District]] it can be found at a fire station near the [[Mobile RV Park]].
   
 
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FireTruck-GTA1-LibertyCity&ViceCity.png|The Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto 1|GTA 1]] used in Liberty City and Vice City.
 
FireTruck-GTA1-LibertyCity&ViceCity.png|The Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto 1|GTA 1]] used in Liberty City and Vice City.
   
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=== GTA III — GTA Vice City Stories ===
 
=== GTA III — GTA Vice City Stories ===
The [[GTA III Era]] Fire Truck can reach high speeds and has good acceleration, however the resulting lack of traction in such a heavy vehicle makes it susceptible to oversteer and spinning. It also has no ABS brakes, so you can't turn while braking. Because the Fire Truck is very heavy and has a high top speed the driver has to plan when to brake, otherwise it is easy to crash and possibly get stuck since it is very bulky. Like [[Police Car]]s and [[Ambulance]]s, it is equipped with sirens that make traffic move out of the way. Its hose can be used to spray pedestrians, knocking them down. The player can also activate [[Firefighter]] missions with the Fire Truck.
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The [[GTA III Era]] Fire Truck can reach high speeds and has good acceleration, however the resulting lack of traction in such a heavy vehicle makes it susceptible to over-steer and spinning. It also has no ABS brakes, so you can't turn while braking. Because the Fire Truck is very heavy and has a high top speed the driver has to plan when to brake, otherwise it is easy to crash and possibly get stuck since it is very bulky. Like [[Police Car]]s and [[Ambulance]]s, it is equipped with sirens that make traffic move out of the way. Its hose can be used to spray pedestrians, knocking them down. The player can also activate [[Firefighter]] missions with the Fire Truck.
   
 
Fire Trucks also have lots of hitting power. They can send smaller vehicles flying and will make short work of getting through [[Enforcer]] barricades. When ramming, it is best that you get the Fire Truck to top speed for maximum hitting power. Most vehicles can be pushed out of the way by the Fire Truck.
 
Fire Trucks also have lots of hitting power. They can send smaller vehicles flying and will make short work of getting through [[Enforcer]] barricades. When ramming, it is best that you get the Fire Truck to top speed for maximum hitting power. Most vehicles can be pushed out of the way by the Fire Truck.
   
In [[GTA San Andreas]], a second Fire Truck variant exists, equipped with a non-interactive ladder but having no water cannon, sirens or functional strobe lights, and does not allow the player to trigger the fire-fighting side-mission. Unlike the hose variant, the ladder variant does not sustain cosmetic damage except for its breakable headlights. It is also worth noting that the ladder variant is enabled to use the [[Pay N' Spray]], allowing the player to repair the vehicle. The vehicle has no other practical use besides basic transport. However with the help of mods, the ladder can be controlled.
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In [[GTA San Andreas]], a second Fire Truck variant exists, equipped with a non-interactive ladder but having no water cannon, sirens or functional strobe lights, and does not allow the player to trigger the fire-fighting side-mission. Unlike the hose variant, the ladder variant does not sustain cosmetic damage except for its breakable headlights. It is also worth noting that the ladder variant is enabled to use the [[Pay N' Spray]], allowing the player to repair the vehicle. The vehicle has no other practical use besides basic transport (However it plays an important role in the [[End of the Line|final mission]] of GTA San Andreas). However with the help of mods, the ladder can be controlled.
   
In GTA III, GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories, and GTA Vice City Stories, the Fire Truck is based on a [http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4d/Crab_Orchard_FD_Engine_14_%282006%29_Pierce_Contender.JPG/800px-Crab_Orchard_FD_Engine_14_%282006%29_Pierce_Contender.JPG Pierce Contender], with the front resembling a [http://www.chilhowiefire.org/images/appratus/Engine252Tour/Engine-252.jpg Seagrave Marauder]. In GTA San Andreas, the standard Fire Truck resembles a [http://img527.imageshack.us/img527/5751/00gta1firetruckls1992spartanre.jpg Crimson Spartan]; the ladder variation is based on a [http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d0/X-Ladder_1_105%27_Pierce_Arrow.JPG Pierce Arrow].
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In GTA III, GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories, and GTA Vice City Stories, the Fire Truck is based on a [http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/4/4d/Crab_Orchard_FD_Engine_14_%282006%29_Pierce_Contender.JPG/800px-Crab_Orchard_FD_Engine_14_%282006%29_Pierce_Contender.JPG Pierce Contender], with the front resembling a [http://www.chilhowiefire.org/images/appratus/Engine252Tour/Engine-252.jpg Seagrave Marauder]. In GTA San Andreas, the standard Fire Truck resembles a Spartan Crimson; the ladder variation is based on a [http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d0/X-Ladder_1_105%27_Pierce_Arrow.JPG Pierce Arrow].
   
 
Fire Trucks in GTA III, GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories and GTA Vice City Stories may also be numbered 1 to 6, or unnumbered.
 
Fire Trucks in GTA III, GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories and GTA Vice City Stories may also be numbered 1 to 6, or unnumbered.
   
 
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FireTruck-GTA3-front.jpg|[[Liberty City Fire Department|FDLC]] Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]] (<small>[[:Image:FireTruck-GTA3-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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fireTruck-GTAIII-front.jpg|An earlier iteration of the Fire Truck in GTA III prior to the game's release.
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FireTruck-GTA3-front.jpg|[[Liberty City Fire Department (3D Universe)|FDLC]] Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto III|GTA III]] (<small>[[:Image:FireTruck-GTA3-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
 
Firetruck-GTAVC-front.jpg|[[Vice City Fire Department|FDVC]] "Firetruck" in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA Vice City]] (<small>[[:Image:Firetruck-GTAVC-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
 
Firetruck-GTAVC-front.jpg|[[Vice City Fire Department|FDVC]] "Firetruck" in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA Vice City]] (<small>[[:Image:Firetruck-GTAVC-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
 
FireTruck-GTASA-front.jpg|[[San Andreas Fire Department|FDSA]] Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]] (<small>[[:Image:FireTruck-GTASA-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
 
FireTruck-GTASA-front.jpg|[[San Andreas Fire Department|FDSA]] Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]] (<small>[[:Image:FireTruck-GTASA-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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Firetruck-GTALCS-front.jpg|FDLC "Firetruck" in [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]] (<small>[[:Image:Firetruck-GTALCS-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
 
Firetruck-GTALCS-front.jpg|FDLC "Firetruck" in [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]] (<small>[[:Image:Firetruck-GTALCS-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
 
FireTruck-GTAVCS-front.jpg|FDVC Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]] (<small>[[:Image:FireTruck-GTAVCS-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
 
FireTruck-GTAVCS-front.jpg|FDVC Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]] (<small>[[:Image:FireTruck-GTAVCS-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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gallery339.jpg|A fire truck firing the water cannon
 
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=== GTA IV — GTA Chinatown Wars ===
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=== GTA IV ===
In GTA IV, the [[MTL]] "V 24 Supercharged" Pumper serves as the [[Liberty City Fire Department|FDLC's]] standard firefighting apparatus, equipped with a high powered deck-mounted water cannon. Every fire truck in GTA IV is numbered [[69]].[[File:Firetruck_badges.png|thumb]]
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In GTA IV, the [[MTL]] "V 24 Supercharged" Pumper serves as the [[Liberty City Fire Department (HD Universe)|Liberty City Fire Department's]] standard firefighting apparatus, equipped with a high powered deck-mounted water cannon. Every fire truck in GTA IV is numbered [[69]]. The front of the Fire Truck resembles a [http://www.boisefiretrucks.com/Boise%20Fire%20Pierce%20Dash%20Training%20E7-2.JPG Pierce Dash], while the cab and rear resemble [http://used-fire-apparatus.com/fire_trucks_for_sale/Used_Pumpers_$50K-$100K_Photos/1990%20Seagrave.jpg some Seagrave models]. The fire engine used by the Liberty City Fire Department use liveries based off of the [https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8423/7819523738_02c5222af2_z.jpg New York City Fire Department engines].
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[[File:Firetruck badges.png|thumb]]
   
The Fire Truck is the only 4-Wheel-Drive heavy vehicle in GTA IV that has the ability climb uphills and high slope without having the vehicle to become underpowered and it also allows the vehicle to make turns more easier. The rear axle of the Fire Truck is also unique as compared to most of the heavy vehicles in GTA IV, as instead of having double wheel for each side of the rear axle, the Fire Truck has only one wheel for each side of the rear axle which is uncommon for most of the heavy vehicles.[[File:Firetruck_decals.png|thumb]]
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The Fire Truck is the only 4-wheel-drive heavy vehicle in GTA IV that has the ability to climb uphills and high slope without having the vehicle to become underpowered and it also allows the vehicle to make turns more easily. The fire truck also has 2 rear wheels instead of dual wheels, unlike most trucks in the game.
   
The Fire Truck can be found at fire stations, but is rarely seen driving around, even with a fire in the vicinity; they can, however, be summoned by dialing 911 and requesting the fire emergency service. Firemen are apparently not coded to put out fires at all, even when called to existing fires the fireman complain about "another prank call", as they usually do upon being summoned, and depart.
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The water cannon is once again functional, and is apparently seen as a deadly weapon by the LCPD, as using it against police and civilians is one of the fastest non-lethal ways to gain a six-star wanted level without killing anyone. The water cannon can easily push any vehicle (except heavy vehicles), and sometimes the driver will brake, and then either ram the truck, or get out and attempt to pull the player out of the truck.
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[[File:Firetruck decals.png|thumb]]
   
If the player fires the Fire Truck's water cannon at any vehicle (excluding police), it can easily push any vehicles (except heavy vehicles), and sometimes the driver will brake, and then either ram the truck, or get out and attempt to pull the player out of the truck. If the [[police]] see the player "attacking" cars or people with the water cannon, a one-star wanted level is given, and if the player hits the police cars with the hose, two wanted stars are given. The water cannon is apparently seen as a deadly weapon by the LCPD; using it against police and civilians is one of the fastest ways non-lethal to gain a six-star wanted level without killing anyone.
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=== GTA V ===
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The GTA V rendition isn't much different from the previous game, however, the livery is derived from the [http://www.shapirophotography.net/fire%20trucks/2011/Southern%20CA%20March/images/small/LAFD_E27_000491A.jpg Los Angeles Fire Department's engine], with some influence from the [http://www.emergencyrigs.net/users%5C14%5C1280_0007557.jpg Los Angeles County Fire Department's engines].
   
The front of the Fire Truck resembles a [http://www.boisefiretrucks.com/Boise%20Fire%20Pierce%20Dash%20Training%20E7-2.JPG Pierce Dash], while the cab and rear resemble [http://used-fire-apparatus.com/fire_trucks_for_sale/Used_Pumpers_$50K-$100K_Photos/1990%20Seagrave.jpg some Seagrave models].
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In GTA V, the firemen AI has also been improved on. The [[Los Santos Fire Department]] will now be dispatched when a fire appears, and the fire truck will attempt to put out said fire. They will not stop the fire hose even when someone walks into the water stream, including players, making them sometimes kill a person by accident.
   
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The player can fire the Fire Truck's water cannon. If the [[police]] see the player "attacking" cars or people with the water cannon, a one-star [[Wanted Level in GTA IV|wanted]] [[Wanted Level in GTA V|level]] is given, and if the player hits the police cars with the hose, two wanted stars are given.  
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FireTruck-GTA4-front.jpg|[[Liberty City Fire Department|FDLC]] Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]] (<small>[[:File:FireTruck-GTA4-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
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|Top speed defined = 130 / 209
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|Gears defined = 5
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|Mass defined = 7500 / 16535
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|0-62mph/ 0-100km/h time observed =7 Seconds
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|Top speed observed =106 / 171
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|Drivetrain observed = RWD
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FireTruck-GTA4-front.jpg|[[Liberty City Fire Department (HD Universe)|FDLC]] Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]] (<small>[[:File:FireTruck-GTA4-rear.jpg|Rear quarter view]]</small>).
 
FireTruck-GTACW.png|FDLC Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA Chinatown Wars]].
 
FireTruck-GTACW.png|FDLC Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars|GTA Chinatown Wars]].
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Ajmlossantoscountyfiretruckfront.jpg|Fire Truck in GTA V.
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Fire Truck GTA V.jpg|The Fire Truck on [[Rockstar Social Club]].
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Fire Truck GTAVe Interior.jpg|[[Vehicle Features#Working Dashboards|Interior]] [[first person view]] in the [[Grand Theft Auto V#Next-Gen & PC Versions|enhanced version of GTA V]].
 
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== Prominent appearances in missions ==
 
== Prominent appearances in missions ==
* In [[Grand Theft Auto 2]], the mission [[Fire Truck Fun!]] requires the player to mount a firetruck with a [[Flamethrower|flamethrower]] in order to kill a few [[Rednecks]].
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* In [[Grand Theft Auto 2]], the mission [[Fire Truck Fun!]] requires the player to mount a firetruck with a [[flamethrower]] in order to kill 30 [[Rednecks]].
   
* The ladder variant of the Fire Truck in [[Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas|GTA San Andreas]] is prominently featured during the second half of the mission "[[End of the Line]]", during which it is bulletproof, fireproof, explosion-proof and even damage-proof (much like the [[Feltzer]] pursuing the Fire Truck); it also has heavy handling, but loses its special properties when the player fails to catch [[Sweet]] after he clings on to its ladder and falls. In the mission, the fire truck is used by an NPC. During the mission, the special ladder Fire Truck is apparently locked, but you can drive it to any garage, although it is possible to drive close enough to the vehicle and attempt to hijack it. A driveable ladder truck occasionally spawns at the fire station a block south of the Doherty garage, but it is not suitable for the Firefighter mission due to the fact it lacks a water cannon.
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* The ladder variant of the Fire Truck in [[GTA San Andreas]] is prominently featured during the second half of the mission "[[End of the Line]]", during which it is bulletproof, fireproof, explosion-proof and even damage-proof (much like the [[Feltzer]] pursuing the Fire Truck); it also has heavy handling, but loses its special properties when the player fails to catch [[Sweet]] after he climbs onto its ladder and falls. In the mission, the fire truck is used by [[Frank Tenpenny]]. During the mission, the special ladder Fire Truck is locked, although it is possible to drive close enough to the vehicle and attempt to hijack it. A drive-able ladder truck occasionally spawns at the fire station a block south of the Doherty garage, but it is unable to start the Firefighter mission due to the fact it lacks a water cannon.
   
 
* In the [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]] mission "[[Karmageddon]]", the player is required to drive a Fire Truck causing as much havoc as possible then destroy the Fire Truck. After the mission the [[Karmageddon (side mission)|Karmageddon]] side-mission is available by hoping inside the left Fire Truck at the [[Belleville Park]] Station, [[Staunton Island]].
 
* In the [[Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|GTA Liberty City Stories]] mission "[[Karmageddon]]", the player is required to drive a Fire Truck causing as much havoc as possible then destroy the Fire Truck. After the mission the [[Karmageddon (side mission)|Karmageddon]] side-mission is available by hoping inside the left Fire Truck at the [[Belleville Park]] Station, [[Staunton Island]].
   
 
* In the [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]] mission, "[[Hose the Hoes]]" the player is required to steal a Firetruck and save girls from a burning building using the water cannon to extinguish the flames.
 
* In the [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories|GTA Vice City Stories]] mission, "[[Hose the Hoes]]" the player is required to steal a Firetruck and save girls from a burning building using the water cannon to extinguish the flames.
* In the [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]] mission "[[Rigged to Blow (GTA IV)|Rigged to Blow]]", a Fire Truck will respond to the explosion and arrive at the scene of disaster, this is the only time the [[Liberty City Fire Department|FDLC]] respond to a fire in GTA IV.
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* In the [[Grand Theft Auto IV|GTA IV]] mission "[[Rigged to Blow (GTA IV)|Rigged to Blow]]", a Fire Truck will respond to the explosion and arrive at the scene of disaster; this is the only time the [[Liberty City Fire Department (HD Universe)|FDLC]] respond to a fire in GTA IV.
 
*In [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]], a [[Club Management]] mission requires the player to get a Fire Truck from [[Northwood]] and scare off the paparazzi from [[Maisonette 9]].
 
*In [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]], a [[Club Management]] mission requires the player to get a Fire Truck from [[Northwood]] and scare off the paparazzi from [[Maisonette 9]].
* In [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]] many Fire Trucks can be seen in the mission [[Dropping In...]], while [[Luis Fernando Lopez|Luis]] has landed with the parachute on the truck at the end of the mission, several Fire Trucks can be seen driving away.
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* In [[The Ballad of Gay Tony]] many Fire Trucks can be seen in the mission [[Dropping In]], while [[Luis Fernando Lopez|Luis]] has landed with the parachute on the truck at the end of the mission, several Fire Trucks can be seen driving away.
 
* In the [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] mission [[Jackin' Chan]], the player is required to steal a firetruck and use it to extinguish burning vehicles in order to save Chan from kidnappers.
 
* In the [[Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars]] mission [[Jackin' Chan]], the player is required to steal a firetruck and use it to extinguish burning vehicles in order to save Chan from kidnappers.
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* In [[Grand Theft Auto V]], a fire crew approach on the [[FIB Headquarters|FIB building]] [[The Bureau Raid|heist]] requires the player to attain a fire truck by either stealing one from a fire station, or dialling the Emergency Services to receive one. The latter helps give 100% in the overall mission score. In the actual heist, the crew dress as firefighters and drive the fire truck to the building after the explosion, and after retrieving the target, they leave. The [[protagonist]] is required to destroy the fire truck afterwards.
   
 
==Locations==
 
==Locations==
In every game (excluding the [[PlayStation]] version of GTA 1, and all versions of GTA IV), starting a fire will see the fire department send a Fire Truck to put it out.
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In every game (excluding the [[PlayStation]] version of GTA 1, and all versions of GTA IV), players starting a fire will see the fire department send a Fire Truck to put it out.
 
The Fire Truck also spawns predominantly at fire stations, including:
 
The Fire Truck also spawns predominantly at fire stations, including:
   
==='''GTA III, GTA Advance and GTA Liberty City Stories'''===
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===GTA III, GTA Advance and GTA Liberty City Stories===
*Fire station in [[Harwood]], [[Portland Island]], [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]]
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*Fire station in [[Harwood]], [[Portland Island]], [[Liberty City in GTA III Era|Liberty City]].
*Fire station in [[Belleville Park]], [[Staunton Island]], Liberty City
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*2 Fire Trucks spawn at the Fire station in [[Belleville Park]], [[Staunton Island]], Liberty City. One triggers the Firefighter side-mission and the other triggers the Karmaggedon side-mission (GTA LCS only).
*Fire station in [[Francis International Airport, Shoreside Vale|Francis International Airport]], [[Shoreside Vale]], Liberty City
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*Fire station in [[Francis International Airport, Shoreside Vale|Francis International Airport]], [[Shoreside Vale]], Liberty City.
*Often spawns at [[Fort Staunton]] after completing '[[Bringing the House Down]]' (GTA Liberty City Stories only)
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*Often spawns at [[Fort Staunton]] after completing '[[Bringing the House Down]]' (GTA Liberty City Stories only).
   
==='''GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories'''===
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===GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City Stories===
*Fire station in [[Downtown Vice City|Downtown]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]]
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*Fire station in [[Downtown Vice City|Downtown]], [[Vice City in GTA III Era|Vice City]].
*Fire station in [[Escobar International Airport]], Vice City (GTA Vice City Stories only)
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*Fire station in [[Escobar International Airport]], Vice City (GTA Vice City Stories only).
   
==='''GTA San Andreas'''===
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===GTA San Andreas===
*[[Old Codger Antiques]] in [[Commerce]], [[Los Santos]]
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*[[Old Codger Antiques]] in [[Commerce]], [[Los Santos (3D Universe)|Los Santos]].
*Fire station in [[Doherty]], [[San Fierro]] (Occasionally the ladder variant will spawn here)
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*[[San Fierro Fire Station|Fire station]] in [[Doherty]], [[San Fierro (3D Universe)|San Fierro]] (Occasionally the ladder variant will spawn here).
*Fire station between [[Redsands East]] and [[Redsands West]], [[Las Venturas]]
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*[[Las Venturas Fire Station|Fire station]] between [[Redsands East]] and [[Redsands West]], [[Las Venturas (3D Universe)|Las Venturas]].
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*Can be found with '''full immune''' in the mission [[End of the Line]] (Ladder Variant).
   
==='''GTA IV + Episodes from Liberty City'''===
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===GTA IV===
*Fire station at Hardtack Ave, [[Acter Industrial Park]], [[Alderney]].
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* Can be called by calling 911, then dialing 3.
*Fire station at [[Vitullo Avenue|Vitullo Ave]], [[Berchem]], Alderney.
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* Can be found at the following fire stations:
*Fire station at [[Exeter Ave]], [[Northwood]], [[Algonquin]].
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** [[Berchem Fire Department]]
*Fire station at [[Privateer Road|Privateer Rd]], [[Fishmarket South]], Algonquin.
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** [[Tudor Fire Station]]
*Fire station at [[Bronco Street|Bronco St]], [[Northern Gardens]], [[Bohan]].
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** [[Northwood Fire Station]]
*Fire station at [[Dillon Street|Dillon St]], [[Rotterdam Hill]], [[Broker]].
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** [[Fishmarket South Fire Station|Fish Market South Fire Station]]
*Fire station at [[Francis International Airport, Dukes|Francis International Airport]], [[Dukes]].
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** [[Bohan Fire Station]]
*In [[GTA IV]], a Fire Truck can be obtained after the mission [[Rigged to Blow (GTA IV)]], when one responds to the fire.
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*They can also be obtained by dialing 911 and choosing the fire service by dialing 3.
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* In [[GTA IV]], a Fire Truck can be obtained after the mission [[Rigged to Blow (GTA IV)|Rigged to Blow]], when one responds to the fire.
==='''Grand Theft Auto V'''===
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===GTA V & Online===
*Like all fire trucks, they will more than likely be found in every fire station in [[Los Santos]].
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*The feature of dialing 911 for a fire truck is included in [[GTA V]].
*The feature of dialing 911 for a fire truck may return in [[GTA V]].
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*Found at some Fire Stations including:
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**[[Paleto Bay]]
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**[[Davis]]
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**[[Rockford Hills]]
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**[[South Los Santos]]
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** [[Fort Zancudo Fire Station]]
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* Can be found parked across the road from the rear of the South Los Santos Medical Center.
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*One must be careful when stealing a Fire Truck from a Fire Station in GTA V, for nearby firefighters will spot the player and chase him on foot. If they happen to reach the player, they will pull him out of the fire truck and attempt to fight. 
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
*In GTA San Andreas, the Firetruck has a warning on the rear that reads "Stay 500 Feet Away".
 
*Despite the Fire Truck in GTA San Andreas having four doors, like any fire truck before GTA IV, only two doors are usable so only two can be seated.
 
*The Fire Truck in GTA IV can put out fires in vehicles when they are burning before they have exploded.
 
*In GTA Vice City, it is possible to get a Firetruck while the 2nd island is closed by making a car burn/explode while doing the [[Molotov Cocktail]] [[Rampage]] or car-jacking the Firetruck driver in the mission [[Demolition Man]].
 
*Firetrucks from GTA III to GTA LCS have the phrase, "''Putting out since 1872''" written on the doors of the cab. This is another one of Rockstar's sex jokes/references.
 
*Because fires are short-lived and do not spread (unlike in GTA:SA which is), Firetrucks usually arrive without extinguishing the fires and lets the [[firemen]] inside it to walk out.
 
*In GTA IV, the water-cannon is one of the powerful weapons that can push any light vehicles.
 
*A feature in GTA IV is the ability to use the water cannon. When sprayed on vehicles or pedestrians most of the them will get hostile and if in a car, will try to ram you off the road, but will get killed in the process.
 
*The "[[69]]" on the Firetruck's side is a pun to the sexual position "69".
 
   
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=== General ===
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*Because fires in the 3D Universe are short-lived and do not spread, firetrucks usually arrive too late to put out the fire.
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*The "[[69]]" on the Firetruck's side is a pun to the sexual position "69".
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*Firetrucks from GTA III to GTA LCS have the phrase, "''Putting out since [[1872]]''" written on the doors of the cab. This is another one of Rockstar's sex jokes/references.
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=== GTA Vice City ===
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*It is possible to get a Firetruck while the 2nd island is closed by making a car burn/explode while doing the [[Molotov Cocktail]] [[Rampage]] or car-jacking the firetruck driver in the mission [[Demolition Man]].
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*Starting from [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City|GTA: VC]], players may listen to the fire department radio while sitting in the truck. However, it is the same as the radio heard in police cars and in ambulances.
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=== GTA San Andreas ===
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*The Firetruck has a warning badge on the rear that reads "Stay 500 Feet Away".
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*Despite the Fire Truck in [[GTA San Andreas]] having four doors, like any fire truck before GTA IV, only two doors are usable so only two can be seated.
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*In Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, if you set something on fire in the Countryside/Desert the fire truck will not respond. This could be because in those areas no fire stations exist, so the firemen have nowhere to respond from.
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*In GTA San Andreas, spraying the water-cannon on NPCs can make NPCs stop attacking you, except NPCs that appear in missions.
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=== GTA IV ===
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*The Fire Truck in [[GTA IV]] can put out fires in vehicles when they are burning before they have exploded.
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=== GTA V & Online ===
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*You are able to hop on the back of the Fire Truck, bringing the total passengers up to 7 along with the driver.
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*There is a [[FDLC]] badge behind the front doors with a support ribbon to show support since the 9/11 attacks.
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*The siren was altered for the PS4/XB1 version; it now is much more air-ey and similar to mechanical sirens in wide use on fire trucks in North America. It also happens to be a low-pitched version of the sirens used on regular police cars.
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** The horn was also changed, having new horns that will be randomized once entered.
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* Strangely, all Fire Trucks are numbered 36 on the doors, but on the back they are all numbered 32.
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For the mission in Grand Theft Auto V, see Fire Truck (mission).

The Fire Truck (or Firetruck) is a general purpose fire truck equipped with a water cannon. The Fire Truck has appeared in every Grand Theft Auto game. It is manufactured by MTL in the HD Universe.

Description Edit

The Fire Truck is depicted in every appearance as a large truck-based vehicle with a predominantly red paintjob, long chassis and bulky design, evidently to contain firefighting equipment. Being an emergency vehicle, the vehicle has a good top speed, however its weight gives it poor-to-moderate acceleration, and poor handling. In most GTA games, the Fire Truck spawns where large fires or explosions have occurred, or Fire Stations since GTA 2.

Fire trucks in the GTA series tend to feature a high-powered deck mounted water cannon that is not only capable of putting out fires that are burning alone or burning pedestrians or cars (especially from GTA III on-wards), but is also equally capable of pushing pedestrians back. In GTA IV, the water cannon can easily push any light vehicles and eventually kill a pedestrian; although this must be done for a prolonged period of time.

GTA 1 — GTA 2 - GTA London Edit

Prior to GTA III, the Fire Truck's main virtues are its large size and weight, which make the vehicle resilient to damage and difficult for most other cars to ram off-course. Other common traits of these early renditions are their average speed, and poorer acceleration and cornering. While revealed in game files in GTA 1 and GTA London to be valued at $1,500 and £1,500, respectively, the vehicle cannot be exported as it is too large.

GTA 1 features two variants of the Fire Truck, with one appearing in Liberty City and Vice City, and the other exclusive to San Andreas; their exact sources of inspiration are unknown, but are generally depicted in the style of typical American fire trucks.

The Fire Truck featured in GTA London 1969, however, assumes a more 1960s European design, likely to be based on a chassis of a British lorry such as a F/Delta-type Dennis; the vehicle's design is also adapted into the ICBM.

In GTA 2, the Fire Truck is designed in a classical American LaFrance-like appearance, in line with the game's retro-futuristic styling. The game's Fire Truck is also introduced with a functional water cannon that serves as a passive weapon which pushes (human) targets back using a gush of water. A Fire Truck with a mounted flamethrower may also be unlocked by completing the Wang Cars side quest. Like in earlier games, the Fire Truck is too large to be crushed. Like the Tank, you can rotate the water cannon by holding Tab on PC and using the left and right arrow keys to rotate it. Note you can't do this while steering, and holding Tab honks the horn, so only honk the horn while going straight.

In GTA 2's Residential District it can be found at a fire station near the Mobile RV Park.

GTA III — GTA Vice City Stories Edit

The GTA III Era Fire Truck can reach high speeds and has good acceleration, however the resulting lack of traction in such a heavy vehicle makes it susceptible to over-steer and spinning. It also has no ABS brakes, so you can't turn while braking. Because the Fire Truck is very heavy and has a high top speed the driver has to plan when to brake, otherwise it is easy to crash and possibly get stuck since it is very bulky. Like Police Cars and Ambulances, it is equipped with sirens that make traffic move out of the way. Its hose can be used to spray pedestrians, knocking them down. The player can also activate Firefighter missions with the Fire Truck.

Fire Trucks also have lots of hitting power. They can send smaller vehicles flying and will make short work of getting through Enforcer barricades. When ramming, it is best that you get the Fire Truck to top speed for maximum hitting power. Most vehicles can be pushed out of the way by the Fire Truck.

In GTA San Andreas, a second Fire Truck variant exists, equipped with a non-interactive ladder but having no water cannon, sirens or functional strobe lights, and does not allow the player to trigger the fire-fighting side-mission. Unlike the hose variant, the ladder variant does not sustain cosmetic damage except for its breakable headlights. It is also worth noting that the ladder variant is enabled to use the Pay N' Spray, allowing the player to repair the vehicle. The vehicle has no other practical use besides basic transport (However it plays an important role in the final mission of GTA San Andreas). However with the help of mods, the ladder can be controlled.

In GTA III, GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories, and GTA Vice City Stories, the Fire Truck is based on a Pierce Contender, with the front resembling a Seagrave Marauder. In GTA San Andreas, the standard Fire Truck resembles a Spartan Crimson; the ladder variation is based on a Pierce Arrow.

Fire Trucks in GTA III, GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories and GTA Vice City Stories may also be numbered 1 to 6, or unnumbered.

GTA IV Edit

In GTA IV, the MTL "V 24 Supercharged" Pumper serves as the Liberty City Fire Department's standard firefighting apparatus, equipped with a high powered deck-mounted water cannon. Every fire truck in GTA IV is numbered 69. The front of the Fire Truck resembles a Pierce Dash, while the cab and rear resemble some Seagrave models. The fire engine used by the Liberty City Fire Department use liveries based off of the New York City Fire Department engines.

Firetruck badges

The Fire Truck is the only 4-wheel-drive heavy vehicle in GTA IV that has the ability to climb uphills and high slope without having the vehicle to become underpowered and it also allows the vehicle to make turns more easily. The fire truck also has 2 rear wheels instead of dual wheels, unlike most trucks in the game.

The water cannon is once again functional, and is apparently seen as a deadly weapon by the LCPD, as using it against police and civilians is one of the fastest non-lethal ways to gain a six-star wanted level without killing anyone. The water cannon can easily push any vehicle (except heavy vehicles), and sometimes the driver will brake, and then either ram the truck, or get out and attempt to pull the player out of the truck.

Firetruck decals

GTA V Edit

The GTA V rendition isn't much different from the previous game, however, the livery is derived from the Los Angeles Fire Department's engine, with some influence from the Los Angeles County Fire Department's engines.

In GTA V, the firemen AI has also been improved on. The Los Santos Fire Department will now be dispatched when a fire appears, and the fire truck will attempt to put out said fire. They will not stop the fire hose even when someone walks into the water stream, including players, making them sometimes kill a person by accident.

The player can fire the Fire Truck's water cannon. If the police see the player "attacking" cars or people with the water cannon, a one-star wanted level is given, and if the player hits the police cars with the hose, two wanted stars are given.  

Source Acceleration
(0 - 60mph / 0 - 100km/h)
Top Speed
(mph / kph)
Engine
(Capacity + Layout + Fuel)
Drivetrain
AWD / FWD / RWD
Gearbox
Number + Type
Mass
(Kg / lb)

Defined/Claimed
(i.e. Game data definitions, or claimed in-game.)

n/a 130 / 209

n/a

RWD

5

7500 / 16535

Observed/Tested
(i.e recorded on Speedometer)

7 Seconds 106 / 171

n/a

RWD

5

Mass cannot be observed.

 

Firefighter side-missionEdit

Main article: Firefighter

The Firefighter side-mission can be toggled on or off from within a Fire Truck in all GTA games between GTA III and GTA Vice City Stories, as well as GTA Chinatown Wars. The mission requires the player to find and extinguish burning vehicles within a time limit.

Prominent appearances in missions Edit

  • The ladder variant of the Fire Truck in GTA San Andreas is prominently featured during the second half of the mission "End of the Line", during which it is bulletproof, fireproof, explosion-proof and even damage-proof (much like the Feltzer pursuing the Fire Truck); it also has heavy handling, but loses its special properties when the player fails to catch Sweet after he climbs onto its ladder and falls. In the mission, the fire truck is used by Frank Tenpenny. During the mission, the special ladder Fire Truck is locked, although it is possible to drive close enough to the vehicle and attempt to hijack it. A drive-able ladder truck occasionally spawns at the fire station a block south of the Doherty garage, but it is unable to start the Firefighter mission due to the fact it lacks a water cannon.
  • In the GTA Vice City Stories mission, "Hose the Hoes" the player is required to steal a Firetruck and save girls from a burning building using the water cannon to extinguish the flames.
  • In the GTA IV mission "Rigged to Blow", a Fire Truck will respond to the explosion and arrive at the scene of disaster; this is the only time the FDLC respond to a fire in GTA IV.
  • In The Ballad of Gay Tony, a Club Management mission requires the player to get a Fire Truck from Northwood and scare off the paparazzi from Maisonette 9.
  • In The Ballad of Gay Tony many Fire Trucks can be seen in the mission Dropping In, while Luis has landed with the parachute on the truck at the end of the mission, several Fire Trucks can be seen driving away.
  • In the Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars mission Jackin' Chan, the player is required to steal a firetruck and use it to extinguish burning vehicles in order to save Chan from kidnappers.
  • In Grand Theft Auto V, a fire crew approach on the FIB building heist requires the player to attain a fire truck by either stealing one from a fire station, or dialling the Emergency Services to receive one. The latter helps give 100% in the overall mission score. In the actual heist, the crew dress as firefighters and drive the fire truck to the building after the explosion, and after retrieving the target, they leave. The protagonist is required to destroy the fire truck afterwards.

LocationsEdit

In every game (excluding the PlayStation version of GTA 1, and all versions of GTA IV), players starting a fire will see the fire department send a Fire Truck to put it out. The Fire Truck also spawns predominantly at fire stations, including:

GTA III, GTA Advance and GTA Liberty City StoriesEdit

GTA Vice City and GTA Vice City StoriesEdit

GTA San AndreasEdit

GTA IVEdit

  • In GTA IV, a Fire Truck can be obtained after the mission Rigged to Blow, when one responds to the fire.

GTA V & OnlineEdit

  • The feature of dialing 911 for a fire truck is included in GTA V.
  • Found at some Fire Stations including:
  • Can be found parked across the road from the rear of the South Los Santos Medical Center.
  • One must be careful when stealing a Fire Truck from a Fire Station in GTA V, for nearby firefighters will spot the player and chase him on foot. If they happen to reach the player, they will pull him out of the fire truck and attempt to fight. 

Trivia Edit

General Edit

  • Because fires in the 3D Universe are short-lived and do not spread, firetrucks usually arrive too late to put out the fire.
  • The "69" on the Firetruck's side is a pun to the sexual position "69".
  • Firetrucks from GTA III to GTA LCS have the phrase, "Putting out since 1872" written on the doors of the cab. This is another one of Rockstar's sex jokes/references.

GTA Vice City Edit

  • It is possible to get a Firetruck while the 2nd island is closed by making a car burn/explode while doing the Molotov Cocktail Rampage or car-jacking the firetruck driver in the mission Demolition Man.
  • Starting from GTA: VC, players may listen to the fire department radio while sitting in the truck. However, it is the same as the radio heard in police cars and in ambulances.

GTA San Andreas Edit

  • The Firetruck has a warning badge on the rear that reads "Stay 500 Feet Away".
  • Despite the Fire Truck in GTA San Andreas having four doors, like any fire truck before GTA IV, only two doors are usable so only two can be seated.
  • In Grand Theft Auto San Andreas, if you set something on fire in the Countryside/Desert the fire truck will not respond. This could be because in those areas no fire stations exist, so the firemen have nowhere to respond from.
  • In GTA San Andreas, spraying the water-cannon on NPCs can make NPCs stop attacking you, except NPCs that appear in missions.

GTA IV Edit

  • The Fire Truck in GTA IV can put out fires in vehicles when they are burning before they have exploded.

GTA V & Online Edit

  • You are able to hop on the back of the Fire Truck, bringing the total passengers up to 7 along with the driver.
  • There is a FDLC badge behind the front doors with a support ribbon to show support since the 9/11 attacks.
  • The siren was altered for the PS4/XB1 version; it now is much more air-ey and similar to mechanical sirens in wide use on fire trucks in North America. It also happens to be a low-pitched version of the sirens used on regular police cars.
    • The horn was also changed, having new horns that will be randomized once entered.
  • Strangely, all Fire Trucks are numbered 36 on the doors, but on the back they are all numbered 32.

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