Rules for firetruck drivers since 1743

1. Be ready for alarm.
2. Make sure firetruck has gas.
3. Drive to location.
4. Let firemen out of firetruck.
5. Watch them burn everything.
6. Return to station.
7. Wait for next alarm.
The first firetruck was created in 1743 by Thomas Lote to allow firemen to burn books much more efficiently. The allowed the "squad" to save people from books before they got hurt.

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Sources:

Bradbury, Ray. Fahrenheit 451. 60th Anniversary Ed., Simon and Schuster Paperbooks, 2013. 32.

Fire Service Apparatus, Equipment and Vehicles. Web. 23 Apr. 2017.

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