East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service has given three of its cars a new look.
The cars, used by the Education Team, have been “wrapped” in a special design aimed at highlighting some of the Service’s most important safety messages.
David Kemp, head of Community Safety at East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service said, “Our Education team spend most of their time out and about, visiting schools and other youth groups. We thought it was a great opportunity not only to liven up our cars but to draw attention to our advice and tips about staying safe.”
The cars remind people about the importance of testing smoke alarms and what to do if there is a fire in your home or business – get out, stay out and call 999.
They also urge people to “Respect the Water”, as part of efforts to reduce the number of deaths and injuries in water, and they highlight the Stop, Look, Listen and Think message for road safety.