Why Are Fire Trucks Red?

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Fire trucks are red because the color red is easily visible in an emergency. The coloring of fire trucks began back in the 1800's.
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A popular theory for the origin of the red fire engine is that early fire fighting units used red because it was distinctive and easy to see in contrast to other vehicles.
Not all fire engines are red. Other colors, such are chartreuse, are used in various locales worldwide.
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