How Much Do Fire Trucks Cost? Apparatus Types and Prices (2022)

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One of the most welcome sights in the world is that of a fire truck arriving at the scene of a fire. You know that it means that the fire will soon be out and that highly qualified professionals with excellent training and awesome equipment will be on hand to ensure the safety of life and property. But how much did they spend on that fire truck and was it worth the money they took from your taxes to pay for it?

A basic fire truck or engine with no equipment on it can cost as little as $250,000, but the price can go up to $6 million (rarely) depending on the type of vehicle. Then there’s the equipment too which can cost more than the truck itself.

Is this a good investment? We’d like to think so and here’s what you need to know about fire trucks.

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Table of Contents

  • Fire Truck/Engine Types
  • How Much Does A Fire Truck/Engine Cost?
  • How Much Do Electric Fire Trucks Cost?
  • What’s The Most Expensive Fire Truck?
  • What Kind of Equipment Goes on A Fire Truck?
  • How Much Does The Equipment on A Fire Truck Cost?
  • How Long Does A Fire Truck Last?
  • Can A Civilian Buy A Fire Truck?
    • Sources
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Fire Truck/Engine Types

How Much Do Fire Trucks Cost? Apparatus Types and Prices (1)

If there was ever a question approaching “how long is a piece of string”? Then it might be “how much does a fire truck cost?”

This is because there are many different types of fire trucks:

  • Fire Truck (Aerial, Ladder)
  • Pumper Truck (also called Fire Engine)
  • Heavy Rescue Vehicle
  • Tiller Truck (seperate steering rear wheels)
  • Wildland Fire Engines (5 Types)
  • Quints (Aerial and Pumper combo)
  • A-Wagons
  • Water Tenders
  • Plus any specialist fire trucks that are developed for unique local situations

It’s also because you can buy new fire trucks, refurbished fire trucks, and secondhand trucks as well as electric fire trucks.

You also need to take into account the cost of equipment to get a good handle on the overall price of the fire truck.

In fact, it turns out that purchasing a fire truck is a highly specialist job and one that can’t be carried out by flicking through a few fires fighting brochures and saying, “we want that one”.

It may take a period of months or years to carefully evaluate the needs of the fire department before they can start to put together their specifications and then get them to manufacturers for quotations and after the order is accepted, it can take a lot longer before a fire truck is delivered.

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How Much Does A Fire Truck/Engine Cost?

A fire engine or a fire truck, assuming that you’re going to buy it brand new and that you’re going to add the equipment to the base price afterward doesn’t have a standard price.

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A small truck like a water tender might cost $250,00, whereas a pumper (engine) could run you around $550,000.

There doesn’t seem to be any ceiling to the maximum price you can pay, in fact, we don’t know exactly how much the world’s most expensive fire truck cost (see below for details) but we do know that it will have run into millions of dollars.

Dover fire department estimates that it costs them $840,000 to put a fully equipped pumper engine on the road.

Writing on Quora, David Sandbrook, notes that CalFire is paying $330,000 per bare engine, but they were buying 30 wildland engines at once, this almost certainly brings about economies of scale – an individual engine probably costs considerably more, perhaps, $500,000.

The most expensive “standard” trucks are those with ladders and depending on the layout they can easily cost more than $1 million per aerial ladder fire truck.

In fact, according to The Morning Call, a ladder truck for Forks, Indiana was estimated to cost $2.5 million and this has led to local municipalities to start panicking about the cost of new fire trucks, as it’s far more than they’d budgeted for.

One thing that hasn’t been accounted for in this is that many fire departments are going to need to look a little farther forward in time and start to commission electric fire trucks and these vehicles appear to be even more expensive than the current diesel offerings.

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How Much Do Electric Fire Trucks Cost?

Electric vehicles are the big thing in the modern world as they are meant to pollute less than vehicles that run on fossil fuels.

We’re not qualified to have the debate as to whether this is entirely true and this site isn’t targeted at eco-arguments either.

What we can tell you is that electric fire trucks are not cheap.

The Los Angeles fire department, back in February 2020, placed its order for its first electric fire truck and it came in at an incredible $1.2 million!

It doesn’t look like a traditional fire truck and, in fact, if you didn’t look twice, then you might mistake it for a city bus rather than a fire truck.

It’s not wholly electric, mind you, as running out of battery at the scene of a fire could be more than a “bit inconvenient” but it runs for 2 hours on a charge before needing to switch to the backup diesel engine.

If this change seems a bit “modern”, the LA fire service would like to remind you that in 1921 people said the same thing about swapping horse-drawn fire trucks for motorized ones.

It’s worth noting though that this is not the most expensive electric fire truck.

The folks at Rosenbauer (a fire truck manufacturer based in Austria) have just sold one of their models for $6 million to the Menlo Park Fire District!

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The delivery won’t take place until 2022 and while this is a very expensive fire truck, the fire department expects to save a huge amount of money on maintenance as the electric fire truck is said to be super easy to maintain.

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What’s The Most Expensive Fire Truck?

How Much Do Fire Trucks Cost? Apparatus Types and Prices (2)

There’s one fire truck that is assumed to be the most expensive in the world, however, we don’t know exactly what it cost.

Why is it supposed to be the most expensive of all time? Well, two reasons. The first is that the Falcon 8×8 is the world’s largest fire truck and the second is that it was made for Dubai and in Dubai.

The emirate is famous for its “money’s no object” approach to the world and we can probably assume that they weren’t going to be fussed about breaking the record for buying a fire truck.

It is huge though.

It has 8 wheels, 900 horsepower, and weighs an absolutely incredible 54 tons – that’s about the same as a large house.

It can still go from 0 to 80 Km/hour in under 25 seconds though!

It’s a beast because it’s meant to provide rapid response when a fire breaks out on an airport runway – and so it carries 16,000 liters of water as well as nearly 2,000 liters of foam on board!

It’s also full of the latest high-tech fire fighting equipment and the co-pilot can operate a roof-mounted water gun from a high-tech cockpit which allows for precision delivery of water to any part of a burning aircraft.

It can also fire the foam that we mentioned earlier as well as dry powder if needed and that means it can handle fuel fires and electrical fires with ease too.

The truck also has a water cannon underneath! This is not because the Falcon 8 x 8 can fly, though this being Dubai – it may happen on the next release, but because it prevents the ground from under the fire truck from catching fire and thus, stops the fire truck from melting or burning.

The Falcon 8 x 8 is the end result of work from 2,000 engineers working over 6 million square feet of facility and it’s meant to be the most complete firefighting vehicle of its kind ever made.

Certainly, it helps to explain the success of the Al-Khatib group which makes it.

It was founded in 1991 and over 30 years has grown to be a company with offices in more than 100 countries employing over 20,000 people!

You can see some other unique fire trucks in this video:

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What Kind of Equipment Goes on A Fire Truck?

A lot depends on what, exactly, a fire truck will be used for as to the equipment, gear, and tools that will be installed on it.

For example, an airport fire truck is likely to look very different from a fire truck that is deployed to fight forest fires.

Most fire trucks/engines, however, will contain some of the following:

  • Hundreds of feet of various size hoses (both for attacking the fire and supplying water from hydrants and other water sources)
  • Ground ladders
  • A high GPM deluge/deck gun
  • A turntable ladder (on trucks, not pumper engines)
  • Air tanks (for SCBAs)
  • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) for all crew members
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Flood lightsand hand lights
  • Hydraulic rescue tools(Jaws of Life)
  • Pump panels (for controlling pressure and volume of water used to each hoseline)
  • Radio and communication equipment
  • Reference books
  • Specialist heavy recure gear (ropes, pulleys, harnesses, etc.)
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Ventilation fans
  • Water (500 gallon tank is common on city fire engines)
  • Hand tools like axes, sledge hammers, and halligans
  • And a lot more!

Take a look at this video to see Richland, Washington Firefighters giving a tour of the tools and equipment on their fire engine:

How Much Does The Equipment on A Fire Truck Cost?

It very much depends on what needs to be installed in the truck and you would be amazed at how expensive certain items can be.

For example, would you believe that upgrading a truck’s ordinary lights to LED can cost up to $16,500?

Or that installing a compressor, alone, can run to $130,000?

What we can say is that the outfitting of a fire truck can often cost as much as the base truck, itself and sometimes even more.

It is perfectly possible for a $250,000 chassis to end up costing up to $1 million once you’ve installed all the equipment needed on it.

You can see some example pricing for fire truck gear on SVI Refurb’s website.

It’s worth noting that they are one of many different suppliers competing in this field and their pricing should be taken as a “rough guide” as opposed to the exact costs of any individual job for a fire department outfitting a truck in your neighborhood.

If you’d like a worked example of how this works, you can check out the Lewiston Sun’s breakdown of a $1 million engine.

They don’t offer exact pricing for each option on the fire truck, something which would surely be impractical, but they do help you understand the breakdown of the constituent elements and how they impact the fire service’s ability to deliver a better standard of firefighting.

How Long Does A Fire Truck Last?

As you’ve learned, fire trucks aren’t cheap and thus, the longevity of fire trucks is a serious concern for fire chiefs.

If you’ve got a fire service with an extended fleet of vehicles, every time that you replace one, you’re looking at an outlay that potentially runs into the millions.

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Fortunately, fire trucks are not fragile creations, and assuming that they’re well maintained (a job that is often performed by the fire crew that staffs the truck) they can last for up to 20 years in the job.

That makes a $1 million fire truck a $50,000 a year investment excluding any equipment that you need to replace or update along the way.

However, one other challenge for fire truck fleets is the time to deliver a new truck.

They can’t wait for one to break down and then replace it in an instant.

These expensive vehicles aren’t produced in huge quantities and then left to sit around until they’re needed.

Instead, they’re built to order and that can mean a delay of up to one year between the order of the truck and its arrival at the station.

If you ever wondered why Fire Chiefs get paid, comparatively, the big bucks in a fire department, it’s their ability to juggle responsibilities like this so that the budget balances and the city/area has enough fire trucks to provide a service.

Can A Civilian Buy A Fire Truck?

Yes. There are no laws preventing civilians from buying a fire truck, however, it’s worth noting that this doesn’t mean that your local jurisdiction would take kindly to you deciding to set up a private fire service in your truck, and no, under no circumstances, are you allowed to use the water cannon on random members of the general public.

You might even find that you had problems getting the fire truck on the road at all. For example, in Pennsylvania, they don’t allow private vehicles to have emergency lighting or to use sirens, both of which are the standard designs for fire trucks.

Many of the accessories that are standard on fire trucks may also be prohibited by law, so while you could easily buy yourself a fire truck, you might have to just leave it parked at the end of your drive as it might not be possible to drive it anywhere without breaking the law.

If that doesn’t put you off your urge to buy a fire truck, may we recommend that you opt for buying a secondhand model, in order to save yourself some money and to make sure you’re not diverting a new vehicle away from one of the world’s fire services that need it to save lives with?

SFGate reports that many Californians are buying secondhand fire trucks for around $17,000 for a 1995 Japanese model, they’re a lot easier on the wallet than their new counterparts.

Where are they buying these fire trucks? Craigslist, of course. Seriously.

And due to the prevalence of wildfires in California over the recent years, it appears they will allow you to set up a private firefighting team that caters to local, and rich, residents.


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How much does a fire apparatus cost? ›

10 years or newer: The average cost of a fire engine in this age range is around $112,000. The median price is around $60,000. Since these trucks are some of the newest on the market, they can still fetch a pretty high price. Buyers will expect these engines to last for many years to come and to be a safer investment.

How much does it cost to buy a real fire truck? ›

A basic fire truck or engine with no equipment on it can cost as little as $250,000, but the price can go up to $6 million (rarely) depending on the type of vehicle. Then there's the equipment too which can cost more than the truck itself.

What types of apparatus do firefighters use? ›

The two most basic pieces of firefighting apparatus are the fire engine and the fire truck. Although many people use the terms interchangeably, the two vehicles are, in fact, very different, and each performs a different function for the fire department. Attacking the fire is the primary purpose of a fire engine.

What is the most expensive fire truck? ›

At $1.2 million, Rural Metro Fire – Knox County's (TN) new ladder truck is the most expensive fire apparatus the department has ever purchased, according to a report published by WATE 6 ABC.

How much is a fire truck engine? ›

An unequipped fire engine o this type ranges from $250,000 to $350,00. A ladder truck will cost in the range of $550,000 to $650,000. The typical life span for a fire engine is 10 years and for a ladder truck 15 years.

What is a Type 6 fire truck? ›

A Type 3, Type 4, and Type 6 are what are considered “wildland engines” or “brush trucks.” These are the vehicles that respond to wildfires and have the ability to drive in rough terrain to respond to a fire or rescue. Wildland engines are specially designed for the technique of pump-and-roll.

What is the most common fire apparatus? ›

A Type 1 fire truck, often referred to as an engine company, engine pumper or structural firefighting truck, is the most common type of fire truck in use today.

What is a Type 6 engine? ›

Type 6. An initial attack wildland engine with a minimum pump capacity of 30 GPM.

What is a fire truck called? ›

A fire engine (also known in some places as a fire truck, fire lorry or nee-naw) is a road vehicle (usually a truck) that functions as a firefighting apparatus. The primary purposes of a fire engine include transporting firefighters and water to an incident as well as carrying equipment for firefighting operations.

Why is the fire truck red? ›

In short, the study found that red lights were easier to see during the day and more difficult at night. If we associate Wells' findings with the desired color of fire trucks, then why are we still painting them fire engine red?

What is a Type 3 fire engine? ›

A Type 3 fire engine is what you'll see if you live in a mountainous or rural community. These (typically) four-wheel drive apparatus are designed for rapid deployment, pick up, and relocation during wildfires. Technically, a Type 3 fire engine includes a pump operating at 120 gpm, a large 500 gal/tank, 1000 ft.

How much is a Spartan fire truck? ›

INDIANAPOLIS — Spartan rolled out a 65-foot multi-functional aerial pumper at FDIC that will sell for $350,000 to $450,000 depending on the options.

How long does a fire truck last? ›

The average lifespan of a fire engine or ladder truck is around 12 to 15 years, the first six years spent as a frontline vehicle before moving to the reserve fleet.

What company builds most fire trucks? ›

With more than 150 years of manufacturing experience, Rosenbauer is the global leader in firefighting technologies and resources. Rosenbauer is the world's largest manufacturer of custom fire trucks worldwide with 14 factory locations.

How much money does it take to fill up a fire truck? ›

Mount Morris Township (MI) Fire Department officials say that it takes about 60 gallons to fill a fire truck, which, on average, costs about $300 per apparatus, reports NBC25.

Who owns e1 fire apparatus? ›

E-ONE is owned by the REV Group (NYSE: REVG). About REV Group, Inc.

How heavy is a full fire truck? ›

The average fire truck can weigh from 19 to 30 tons, which translates to 38,000 to 60,000 pounds.

How much does a fire truck pump cost? ›

On average these fire pump parts can cost between $5,000 -$10,000 to repair/replace. Additionally, standing water in the drip pockets is the most common cause of bearing failure. Replacing the fire pump bearings costs $2,500 on average.

How much does a Pierce fire engine cost? ›

LEWISTON, Maine — The Lewiston Fire Department's new Engine 3, a Pierce Ascendant with aerial ladder, is an impressive beast no matter how you look at it. But the rig cost the city nearly $1 million dollars and there are people who want to know how this truck is better than the old one, which lasted the city 22 years.

Is there an electric fire truck? ›

In a YouTube video posted on the Los Angeles Fire Dept.'s website, the department says it recently took delivery of a new diesel-electric fire truck. It is the first electric fire truck from Rosenbauer America, the world's largest designer and maker of fire apparatus, put into service anywhere in North America.

What is a Type 3 apparatus? ›

A Type 3 apparatus is a vehicle used for wildland firefighting. They fill a niche between a smaller Type 6 apparatus, which is usually built on a pickup truck-like platform, and a full-feldged structural engine.

What is a Type 7 fire truck? ›

The seventh and final type of fire truck is a tanker, which is also known as a water tender. This vehicle is meant only to send water so firefighters can utilize it. The source of the water can come from a fire hydrant or even nearby bodies of water such as a lake or a stream.

What is a Type 1 fire crew? ›

The Firefighter Type 1 leads a small group (usually not more than seven members) and is responsible for their safety on wildland and prescribed fire incidents. The FFT1 supervises resources at the FFT2 level and reports to a Single Resource Crew Boss or other assigned supervisor.

What equipment do fire trucks carry? ›

Trucks are equipped to support fire fighting and rescue operations and carry Hurst tools, ground ladders, specialized saws, rescue ropes and harnesses, and cutting torches. Trucks also carry a complete Advanced Life Support (ALS) equipment compliment.

What is the difference between a Type 1 and Type 2 firefighter? ›

So, what is the difference between firefighter 1 and 2? The difference lies in the amount of training hours as well as the topics covered. These topics include fire behavior, firefighting theory, practical training with tools, ladder training and many more.

What is the best fire truck in the world? ›

The Rosenbauer PANTHER is one of the most successful, efficient, and variable ARFF vehicles worldwide. Its multi-award-winning design and powerful performance make it the most modern fire fighting vehicle of our time.

What is a Type 1 fire incident? ›

These incidents usually involve large wildfires, but Type 1 Teams can be assigned to any complex all-risk situation which could include hurricanes, floods and other disasters. Several Type 1 teams were assigned to assist FEMA after the September 11th attack, the shuttle recovery effort and Hurricane Katrina.

What is a Class A fire engine? ›

A Type 1 (or Class A) fire engine is what you'll most likely see if you live in a Metro community. Big cities rely on Type 1 fire apparatus based on flexibility, staffing, and the ability to operate at homes, apartments, businesses, and high rise buildings.

Do all fire trucks carry water? ›

Fire engines can carry between 300 and 1250 gallons of water in the onboard tank. Most typical fire engines you see carry 500 to 750 gallons of water. Fire trucks do not carry any water, except for some specialty types called Quints.

What is the driver of a fire truck called? ›

Driver engineers (also called chauffeurs or driver operators), who are the primary operator of the fire apparatus, need to be competent and experienced as they safely respond and navigate these large vehicles to emergency calls. Driver engineers must get through fire department specific driver training programs.

How do I start a fire truck? ›

Quint 9 Start Up and Operation - YouTube

How long can a fire truck spray water? ›

Between 75 feet and 100 feet straight up, depending on water pressure. In practice, though, firefighters on the ground rarely attempt to reach higher than 40 feet with hoses.

How fast can a fire truck go? ›

According To NFPA Standards, They Can Hit 68 MPH. Fire trucks are built very similarly to the semis that you have probably seen on the highway. This means they can hit the same top speeds as these vehicles, but it is doubtful you have ever seen a fire truck racing down streets at 70 to 80 mph.

What engine do fire trucks have? ›

More firefighting and EMS professionals depend on Cummins than any other diesel engine. We offer a complete range of diesel engines from 260 to 600 horsepower (194-447 kW) for everything from ambulances to pumpers.

Why are fire trucks white? ›

His findings, which were published in a recent issue of Firehouse magazine, is just one in a series of studies and articles that have said yellow, lime green and white fire trucks are more visible to motorists at night and are therefore safer.

How many gallons is a type 6? ›

A Type 6 pump with a 300-gallon tank capacity, hose reel, and foam system provide maximum fire suppression support for a wide range of initial attack applications.

How many gallons does a Type 6 engine hold? ›

Type VI (6) engines, able to carry a 4-person crew, are the smallest of the fleet. They can get into tight areas that other engines can't. They carry 300 gallons of water and are mainly used for quick attack of fires. They also carry extrication tools, like the jaws of life, for rescue missions.

Why do fire trucks get plugged in? ›

In the fire station, engines are always plugged into a "shore line" to keep the batteries charged and the engine warm so it is ready to go.

How much does it take to fill up a fire truck? ›

Mount Morris Township (MI) Fire Department officials say that it takes about 60 gallons to fill a fire truck, which, on average, costs about $300 per apparatus, reports NBC25. As we speak, the average cost for a gallon of diesel fuel in the area is $4.94.

How much does a new fire engine cost UK? ›

Each fire engine costs around £240,000. It has improved safety and handling and reduced emissions. The first fire engine will be on the run from September 27 and will be based at Donington.

How much does an ARFF truck cost? ›

The school specializes in ARFF training-that's Aircraft Rescue Fire Fighting. Right now, the most delectable ARFF truck on the planet is the Striker, built by the Oshkosh Truck Corporation in Wisconsin. It costs $675,000.

How much does a fire truck cost NZ? ›

New Zealand's whiz-bang new fire engines are plagued with problems as basic as the ability to be turned on or to pump water. The 47 new MAN engines, with a total price tag of more than $20 million, started entering service in early 2015 but two have already been blacklisted and another yanked from service.

How big is a gas tank on a fire truck? ›

According to NFPA standards, Type 4 fire trucks must carry 2 people and feature a 750-gallon water tank that offers 50 US gallons per minute of water transfer at a pressure of 100 pounds per square inch.

What is a Type 6 fire engine? ›

Type 6. An initial attack wildland engine with a minimum pump capacity of 30 GPM. 150-400 gallon tank. 300 feet of 1 1/2" hose.

What is a Type 2 fire engine? ›

Type 2 Fire Engine

Type 2 fire trucks are similar to the Type 1, and typically are equipped with the same specs and tools. They are also the most common truck seen in a suburban area responding to structural fires. Commercial pumpers are more compact but still holds the same amount of equipment as Type 1.

How long does a fire truck last? ›

The average lifespan of a fire engine or ladder truck is around 12 to 15 years, the first six years spent as a frontline vehicle before moving to the reserve fleet.

What are fire engines called? ›

To aid us in emergency response, we have a number of different fire engines that we call "Appliances" or "Pumps". Each vehicle has a specific purpose and varied equipment carried onboard.

How much does a UK fire truck cost? ›

Two of the engines cost £500,000 each and are the first of their kind in the UK, Avon Fire and Rescue said. Some of the new features of these two engines include an on-board stretcher, on-board generator and a 27m ladder.

How much does a new Pierce fire truck cost? ›

LEWISTON, Maine — The Lewiston Fire Department's new Engine 3, a Pierce Ascendant with aerial ladder, is an impressive beast no matter how you look at it. But the rig cost the city nearly $1 million dollars and there are people who want to know how this truck is better than the old one, which lasted the city 22 years.

What does ARFF stand for? ›

Aircraft rescue and firefighting (ARFF) is a type of firefighting that involves the emergency response, mitigation, evacuation, and rescue of passengers and crew of aircraft involved in aviation accidents and incidents.

What is the longest fire truck ladder? ›

The E-ONE CR 137 is the tallest ladder in North America, reaching more than 13 stories. Not only does this reach 137' high, it extends 126' horizontally to access the target. Buildings aren't getting shorter. Fires don't have a maximum height limit.

Who owns the fire brigade? ›

The brigade and Commissioner are overseen by the Greater London Authority, which in 2018 took over these responsibilities from the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority (LFEPA).

How many fire engines are in NZ? ›

New Zealand Fire Service
Operational area
Fire chiefPaul McGill (National Commander)
Facilities and equipment
Stations79 career 360 volunteer
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What is Red Watch fire service? ›

Each core watch follows the same pattern of two days, two nights then four days off, but the starting days are staggered for each watch so we have cover 24 hours a day 7 days a week. For example, Red Watch might start their tour on Monday, Green Watch would start on Wednesday and so on.


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