is a division of Warrick Industries out of Elkhart, Indiana. They are one
of the largest manufacturers of emergency vehicles in the United States, averaging
750 units built per year. McCoy Miller is capable of building all styles of
ambulances including Type I and Type III modular ambulances and Type II van
entirely within one 124,000 square feet facility
- All aluminum
- All corners
and stress points have body gussets
- Rotary style
latches on all door and compartments
power circuits, with auto-reset circuit breakers
- Interior height
a minimum of 68"
- Flooring rolled
up side walls 4" for ease of cleaning
- Custom built
to your specifications
oldest dealer with over eighteen years experience selling their vehicles.
Road Rescue builds all styles and sixes of Type I and Type II Modular Ambulances.
Over twenty years experience of building these specialty vehicles is combined
with modern technology and the result is an extremely high quality vehicle.
- Body & interior
warranty for as long as you own the unit.
- Body, doors,
cabinets & compartments are all box pan formed aluminum.
- All aluminum
construction give more payload & lowers the center of gravity which
provides for a better handling unit.
- Interior cabinet
flip up fronts for ease of restocking and cleaning.
- Primary electrical
unit is inside with easy access, 7 years/70,000 miles warranty.
- Solid state
PC boards with self diagnostic feature for each circuit.
- 4 battery system
for deep reserve power.
is a custom built vehicle modification facility in Attleboro, Massachusetts.
They offer the finest in wheelchair conversions on any chassis with high quality
- Raised fiberglass
- Raised side
or rear entry doors
- RCA rubber
- Textured aluminum
- Marine grade
- 3/4� tongue
and groove plywood base floor covering
- Fully automatic
wheelchair lifts (Braun 911)
- Top quality