I am a primary driver for one of our stations and an all-volunteer department. I depend on Rover to let me know who is coming to the station so I know my staffing before leaving the station—there is nothing worse than leaving the station by yourself or with a minimum crew, wishing you had a better crew on board, and then finding out when you get back to the station that others arrived after you departed to the scene. Rover provides me with a digital view of the dispatch and who is responding from my department as well as from mutual aid departments. Radio transmissions on pagers can be garbled and hard to understand—Rover is very clear. Rover provides me with a history of the dispatches so on a day with multiple back to back or simultaneous dispatches, I can see what is going on in town and know my next move.