FOR CREWS THAT DON’T CONFORM

CHOOSE ONLY THE BEST AMBULANCE

FOR LIFE’S UNEXPECTED MOMENTS—
ROAD RESCUE TAKES THE LEAD

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An emergency crew member should always be fit, ready, and most of all, reliable. So consider Road Rescue part of the crew. Road
Rescue, one of the best ambulance manufacturers, delivers each one of those qualities in its lineup of Type I and Type III
ambulances. Each vehicle is fit with industry-exceeding features, ready with a rock-solid structure built in an ISO certified factory
and proven to be reliable with decades of experience and the backing of parent company REV Group.

Just as a rebel thinks ahead of the curve, so do the engineers behind each ambulance. These vehicles feature CNC laser cut
perfection, a formidable ladder-frame subfloor, box pan formed extrusions, as well as conveniences like TriMark handles and a
multiplex electrical system.

EMERGENCY OVER

LAYERS OF ROCK-SOLID ENGINEERING FOR THE BEST AMBULANCES
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Peel away one layer of a Road Rescue ambulance and you’ll only find another level of safety and perfection.
These emergency vehicles are built with advanced engineering, provide decades of REV experience and come
certified to tackle any crew — rebellious or otherwise.

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CNC LASER CUTTING

Unique CNC plasma lasers cut each extrusion for consistency and repeatability.

CNC LASER CUTTING

Unique CNC plasma lasers cut each extrusion for consistency and repeatability.

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VHB ADHESIVE

Road Rescue prefers to attach extrusions to the skin using VHB tape vs. welding to avoid rippling.

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LADDER-FRAME SUBFLOOR

The ladder-frame subfloor structure uses extruded tubes on each aisle side for extra support.

LADDER-FRAME SUBFLOOR

The ladder-frame subfloor structure uses extruded tubes on each aisle side for extra support.

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PREPPED FOR EVERY EMERGENCY

Each Road Rescue ambulance is as tough inside and out as the crew taking it into the field. That’s why every unit is packed with the features these crews need, taking industry-standards and exceeding them every step of the way.

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HIDDEN HINGES

Hidden hinges create Road Rescue’s sleek exterior and prevent corrosion from exposed hinges.

HIDDEN HINGES

Hidden hinges create Road Rescue’s sleek exterior and prevent corrosion from exposed hinges.

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TRIMARK HANDLES

These glove-fitting door handles are free-floating cams with anti-skid material on the back.

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RESTOCKING CABINETS

Two gas-assist shocks help hold open the cabinets to allow for quick and efficient restocking.

RESTOCKING CABINETS

Two gas-assist shocks help hold open the cabinets to allow for quick and efficient restocking.

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REBELS WITH A CAUSE

With a Road Rescue ambulance, safety and comfort are all part of a day’s work. While true rebels at heart, these ambulances are fit to provide EMTs and fire departments with a highly durable product that is built with top-to-bottom safety and comfort in mind.

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ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFIED

Each ambulance is built in an ISO certified factory that helps improve quality and lead times.

ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFIED

Each ambulance is built in an ISO certified factory that helps improve quality and lead times.

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WELDON V-MUX MULTIPLEX SYSTEM

Each ambulance is built in an ISO certified factory that helps improve quality and lead times.

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COOL BARTM

An external air condenser mounted to the vehicle front pulls in clean air and increases airflow.

COOL BARTM

An external air condenser mounted to the vehicle front pulls in clean air and increases airflow.

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MAKE ROAD RESCUE THE
MUSCLE IN YOUR FLEET

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