TYPE IType I Ambulance

Type I and III have a square patient compartment that is mounted onto the chassis. The only difference between Type I and III is in the chassis. Type I is mounted on a truck like chassis. Whereas, Type III is mounted on a cut-a-way van chassis. Type I and III ambulances are mostly used at airports, chemical plants, oil refineries and when the ambulance has to be equipped with medical equipment for Advance Life Support.

TYPE IITYPE II Ambulance

Type II ambulances are built using a van type chassis. The only major modification to the vehicle is that the roof is raised. Type II ambulances are mostly used by hospitals, Ministry of Health and when the ambulance is used to transport patients that only require Basic Life Support features.

TYPE IIIType III Ambulance

Type I and III have a square patient compartment that is mounted onto the chassis. The only difference between Type I and III is in the chassis. Whereas, Type III is mounted on a cut-a-way van chassis. Type I and III ambulances are mostly used at airports, chemical plants, oil refineries and when the ambulance has to be equipped with the medical equipment for Advance Life Support.

TYPE IV MINI AMBULANCESType IV mini Ambulance

The First Responder is a full-featured mini-ambulance vehicle with endless applications. Its compact design enables you to maneuver in areas that conventional emergency vehicles can’t access and therefore greatly reduces your overall response times.  Built atop a modified Yamaha golf car chassis the First Responder is as affordable as it is reliable, giving you complete emergency response capabilities at the most economical value available anywhere.

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