The Emergency Vehicle Owners & Operators Association

Since 1996, the Emergency Vehicle Owners & Operators Association has been a leader in the vintage emergency vehicle hobby. Its format, shows, logo, and philosophy has been copied but few have succeeded. E.V.O.O.A. is dedicated to uniting collectors and enthusisast, regardless of affiliation, for the purpose of collecting, preservation, and enjoyment of vintage and retired emergency vehicles. E.V.O.O.A. provides a venue for fellowship and an exchange of ideas among our members and friends, and seeks to share information regarding our hobby. Restorations and display of emergency vehicles will be conducted respectfully and responsibly. Misuse or inappropriate use of vehicles or equipment will not be tolerated. Ownership of an emergency vehicle is not necessary in order for you to be a part of our Association. Our members and friends are expected to be respectful of the hobby and the respective profession they represent, adhering to all appropriate laws and statutes, promote fellowship, and be especially respectful of the agencies they may be representing. It is expected that members will notify the respective agency they are representing of their restoration, or vehicle/equipment ownership, and to have some documentation, where possible, from the respective department acknowledging the restoration/representation. This association is NOT a venue for private ownership of emergency vehicles or equipment for personal purposes, impersonation of officials, or any manner which deminishes the hobby, collectors, and the public safety profession. Owners of newer vehicles are discouraged from mounting emergency equipment on a permanent basis if vehicle is to be used as a daily driver.

The Code of Conduct can be found here http://www.evooa.org/code.htm

Featured Member & Vehicle

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One of our newest members, Cliff & Nancy Arthur, have been in the car hobby for many years. Their 1977 Sheriff Roscoe Dodge Monaco was completed in April of 2014, neither Cliff nor Nancy were satisfied with the Roscoe Sheriff Monaco, they had to build the Duke Boys General Lee and there are plans for Daisy Duke car as well. The Hazzard County car has been in 23 shows and parades. That is pretty impressive! Emergency vehicle related shows and parades included the Post Falls Cops-n-Kids show, Plummer ID parade, Honor Flight fund raiser car show, Hayden Lake parade and car show, and it was used as the Grand Marshall’s car at the Hot Springs MT show and parade. We had so much fun with the car and being around the retired and active police, fire and military personnel, as well as with the E.V.O.O.A. members and family. (E.V.O.O.A. Members Since 2014)

This section will feature any marked and restored emergency vehicle which represents a department and the hobby in a respectful manner. Vehicles can be self nominated but permission from its owner must be obtained. Vehicles do not need to belong to E.V.O.O.A. This vehicle/owner will be featured until December 31, 2014

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