BOGGED firefighting vehicles will be able to be driven out easier thanks to a donation by a local company. The set of six new Trax vehicle recovery aids means the Darlington Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade would be better equipped to remain an effective fire fighting force within the community. The plastic ramps, donated by Ryan Mumford of Mumford’s Customs, are designed to be placed under the wheels of bogged vehicles, to help them to be driven out without assistance. Darlington VBFB captain Chris Kendrick, said the Trax would increase crew safety and reduce down time. “When appliances get stuck it can put crews at risk, as well as removing trucks and machinery from the fire fighting effort,” he said. “The Darlington brigade, like all of its Shire of Mundaring counterparts, have been busy over the Christmas and New Year periods assisting at fires in Toodyay, Bailup, Bullsbrook and Ellenbrook, along with fires in their own districts.