Beta Utah County Emergency Skin Pack 1.8.0

A emergency services skin pack for the Utah map

  1. foxu
    Hello everyone! so as some of you might know a couple or so months back I did a sheriff and a medical service skin pack for the Utah map. Well I've decided that instead of making different skin packs I was gonna combine all of the skins I've made for Utah into one mega pack. So I really hope you guys enjoy this skin pack I've made!
    (If there are any problems with the mod at all please DM me so i can fix it!)

    Bastion
    -UCSO Livery
    -UCSO Black Livery
    -UCSO Supervisor Livery
    -UCFR Fire Marshal Livery

    Bluebuck
    -1960s UCSO livery

    Barstow
    -1960s UCSO livery

    Burnside
    -1950s UCSO livery

    Legran
    -1990s UCSO livery
    -1960s UCSO livery

    Wendover
    -1990s UCSO livery

    Grand Marshal
    -1990s UCSO livery
    -UCSO livery
    -UCSO Black livery
    -UCSO Supervisor livery
    -Retro UCFR Fire Marshal

    Roamer
    -1990s UCSO livery
    -UCSO livery
    -UCSO Black livery
    -UCSO K-9 livery
    -UCSO Supervisor livery
    -UCFR Battalion Chief livery
    -UCMS Medical Supervisor livery
    -Retro UCFR Battalion Chief

    D-series
    -UCSO livery
    -UCSO Search And Rescue livery
    -UCSO Strategic Response Team livery
    -UCFR Command livery
    -Retro UCFR Command livery

    T-series
    -UCFR livery
    -UCSO Command livery
    -Retro UCFR livery

    Dryvan
    -UCSO Mobile Command livery

    H-series
    -UCSO Bomb Squad livery
    -UCSO Strategic Response Team livery
    -1990s UCSO S.W.A.T livery
    -UCSO Forensic Team livery
    -1990s UCSO Coroner livery
    -UCFR Fire Investigation Unit Livery
    -Retro UCFR Fire Investigation Unit Livery

    Moonhawk
    -1960s UCSO livery

    Pessima
    -UCSO livery
    -UCSO parking enforcement livery
    -UCSO summons unit

    B-series
    -Retro UCFR livery

    In 1866 the govern in response to a growing concern of crime in the growing county of Utah he formed the Utah County Sheriff Office. It wouldn't be until the 50s that UCSO would get their first modern patrol cars which would be a shipment of 15 Burnside Specials. These would sport a black with white doors, sheriff on the fenders and the UCSO badge on the front doors livery. While these did serve their intended purpose they were becoming slow and obsolete with the newer vehicles. So in response UCSO began to order 50 Bluebucks to replace their aging fleet of Burnsides. These would sport a similar livery to the Burnside but instead of black it was grey and the word "sheriff" were put on the front and rear of the vehicles. This livery would be used until the 1980s. As time moved on UCSO began to add more vehicles to their fleet from the Moonhawk to the Barstow. Though when the 80s rolled around three new vehicles entered the market that caught the eyes of UCSO. These would of course be the Wendover and Legran, while the Legran wasn't as fast as the wendover it was versatile since it was a 4 door that means it could transport suspects to the county jail. During this time they were thinking about doing a brand new livery, a livery that was more modern. They settled on a all white with a orange and black stripe going across the body with the sheriff badge in the middle and the words "county sheriff" next to the badge. This livery also included the words "emergency 911" as well as "Utah county sheriff" on the trunk of the vehicles. This livery would serve UCSO until 2005. A decade later and a vehicle that hit the market and took the police world by surprise was the Gravil Grand Marshal. A vehicle that was meant to be used by police for police. UCSO immediately bought 50 Gravil Grand Marshals to replace their aging fleet of Wendovers and Legrans. The Gravil Grand Marshal is still in service today though in more smaller quantiles. Once the 2000s hit UCSO realized that they needed a more modern livery for their fleet a livery that was more safer during nighttime traffic stops. With the introduction of the Ibishui Pessima it was a great vehicle to test liveries on. They soon settled on a all black livery that has a orange curved line that starts at the top of the door and ends at the bottom, this livery also included bolder text so people could notice that they were sheriff deupties from far away. The rear was equipped with high viz stickers on the bumper for more visibility during nighttime. The new livery also came with a load of changes to to fleet vehicles themselves, such as replacing their old fleet of Gravil Roamers with the brand new facelift roamers which they did the same thing with their Gravil D-series. They also changed out their old equipment with brand new equipment as well as newer lightbars to replace their old halogen lightbars. This livery is still in use to this day it has even been put on their brand new fleet of Bruckell Bastions. The livery can also be seen on their new S.R.T, Forensic Unit and Bomb Squad units.
    Utah County Fire Rescue was established in 1889 after the county had grown big enough to support it's self and buy a fire station. UCFR was able to buy their first ever modern fire engine which was a Gravil B-series. It was a rugged and tough fire engine which is the reason why it can still be seen responding to calls. UCFR first ever livery was very simple. All it was was a simple red line with the UCFR badge. This livery was used until 2001. When the company Kemro Industries© released their fire truck upfit and lightbar for the Gravil T-series UCFR bought 2 ladder units and 2 Fire Engines as well as one D-series for their command, One Roamer for their Battlion Chief, One H-series for their fire investigation unit and One Grand Marshal for their fire marshal. UCFR was utah county only source of defense against fires until the NPS (National Park Service) came to UCFR fire chief and said that they would help with defending against brush fires as well as lending some of their engines if needed for a small sum of cash. Of course UCFR took the offer. NPS and UCFR have been in this agreement since 1985. When 2001 rolled around and the world was shocked by the 9/11 attacks that happened UCFR decided it was time for an upgrade of their livery. Their new livery was completely different. Instead of the red stripe it was now a black stripe with two smaller yellow stripes, one on top and one on the bottom. It also included a brand new badge as well color scheme, instead of a red and white color scheme this scheme was now a red, black and yellow scheme. It also included high viz decals on the bumper much like the newer UCSO livery. When 2012 rolled around UCFR bought themselves 4 ETK 6000 Rescues to relive the duties of their old fleet of T-series that are still in service. In 2020 UCFR replaced their Fire Investigation Unit H-series with a newer and improved H-series that had a modern light set up as well as retiring their aged Grand Marshal with a brand new Bruckell Bastion. The UCFR fire marshal unit is a very special unit in the UCFR fleet. This is the only unit that is equipped with a police lightbar and police interior. What makes this unit also special is that it performs like a sheriff unit if they are at an arson call and someone is seen fleeing the scene they can and will assist deputies in a chase and they can also arrest people. The fire marshal kit includes the following: One service handgun with two backup mags, One service taser with 3 cartridge's, handcuffs and pepper spray.
    Utah County Medical Services is one of the newest government funded agency. This agency didn't get started until 1980s to meet the demand of having a local medical center instead of people having to travel to another county in order to get medical treatment. Their first livery was a simple red and blue stripe with the blue stripe having a heart beat look to it. They kept this livery until 2000 when they changed it out for a black, yellow and white color scheme.
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Recent Reviews

  1. the history gamer
    the history gamer
    5/5,
    Version: 1.8.0
    great work and good for rp scenarios
  2. Lewhik
    Lewhik
    5/5,
    Version: 1.8.0
    Love it, why did you remove all the Mod Lightbars though?
    1. foxu
      Author's Response
      To decrease the mod file size and so people wouldn't have to download so many mods
  3. qwertyman859
    qwertyman859
    5/5,
    Version: 1.8.0
    Looks great! But I noticed in the vehicle skin list, the UCSO skin is from the 60's despite the vanilla Moonhawk being made from 1973 - 1978 (I think...) The Moonhawk was never produced in the 1960's.
    1. foxu
      Author's Response
      that description is like that for every vehicle sporting the white and grey livery since it was first used with the Bluebuck and ended with the Legran
  4. LegThePeg Official
    LegThePeg Official
    5/5,
    Version: 1.8.0
    Very good skins, and the lore is well constructed. Nice job!
  5. Park_ranger101
    Park_ranger101
    5/5,
    Version: 1.2.0
    This mod is great, very detailed, the only issue I have found with it is a misspell of Tactics on the back of the Retro SWAT van
  6. Delta747Fan
    Delta747Fan
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0.3
    I've been waiting for this. The only downside is the Barstow doesn't have an option to put lights on the top, unless there is a mod that adds a slot for that.
    1. foxu
      Author's Response
  7. Jsap20
    Jsap20
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Love it!
  8. sheriff CR
    sheriff CR
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    It looks like it can best serve BeamNG players in Utah:)
  9. Bilpak
    Bilpak
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    the lore is so detail and I love it!
  10. Lewhik
    Lewhik
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Excellent!
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