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    Default Where to get blank Blue light permits?

    I need to get some blank blue light permits for the fire department. When I joined the dept they already had some and since have ran out. No one can recall where they got them so hopefully someone here may have an idea?

    I tried the local DMV and DOT and they had no idea so not sure where to go from there.


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    Ours came from the DMV. I will try to get you a form number off of ours to request
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    I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!

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    The form is 411022.
    "Certificate for authorized emergendy vehicle for blue light"

    They are only issued to the fire chief of you dept from Iowa DOT.
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    Thanks Robbie. I'm on the road this week and didn't have one available.
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    here to help as always.

    I'd really like to figure out how some in western Iowa are running red/blue's though. I guess it's a loophole in the law and only for officers of the dept as I know one fire chief using both in his POV

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    Which DOT office will the Chief need to contact? I have heard Ames and another said Des Moines. He's busy enough as it is he doesnt need to be sitting around calling different DOT offices all day.

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    It would be the DMV in Ankeny just off I-35.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mach158 View Post
    i need to get some blank blue light permits for the fire department. When i joined the dept they already had some and since have ran out. No one can recall where they got them so hopefully someone here may have an idea?

    I tried the local dmv and dot and they had no idea so not sure where to go from there.

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