Answer the Call

Medium-Duty Specialty Vehicles

For those crews who need more than just an ambulance, AEV manufactures medium-duty emergency vehicles that are as customized as they come. Heavy-duty and feature-packed, these custom ambulances answer the call — no matter the demand. When it comes to your emergency needs, we’ll be there.

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Chassis

When a typical ambulance just won’t suffice, AEV constructs medium-duty ambulances to ensure every emergency is kept within reach. Chassis options include F-650 Ford ambulance, the Navistar International or Freightliner ambulance chassis, to take your service capabilities to a new level.

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Quality Built

You haven’t experienced a vehicle that truly caters to your unique needs until you’ve experienced AEV.

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Custom Medium-Duty Emergency Vehicles

When it comes to an AEV ambulance, our standards are anything but. With countless ways to build your ambulance that will cater to your crew’s needs, meets or exceeds safety standards and answer the community’s call, the only way you’ll find two ambulances alike is if you ask for it.

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It All Starts with a Feasibility Study

At AEV, the buying process is a personal one-on-one experience that starts with a feasibility study (because relationships and one-of-a-kind solutions are what we build first). From custom conveniences for patients to paint schemes unique to your company, no detail is overlooked.

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A Detailed Visual Manufacturing Process

Starting with an exclusive Mickey-manufactured module, AEV builds each custom unit using a detailed visual process — a board stocked with parts and tools specific to that ambulance to ensure we meet your every spec. American crafted at AEV.

Engineering That’s All About the Details

It’s what makes our ambulances and emergency vehicles stand out.

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Standards

There are industry standards, and then there’s AEV. While this statement applies to the way we build emergency vehicles, it also pertains to the value we pack into every Medium Duty ambulance. You’ll be hard pressed to find so many high-end features in other emergency vehicles.

Body
  • C/S upper windows: Standard, tint fixed
  • Drip rails: Bright finish aluminum
  • Fasteners, exterior: AVK Nutserts for attachment of door panels
  • Fender flares: Aluminum
  • Flooring: Choice of optional colors
  • Headliner: One-piece front to rear, gloss white
  • KKK/CAAS package: To present revision
  • Paint: OEM white industry match
  • Patient floor: Plywood, single piece, full-length and width, insulated
  • Rear bumper: Tread plate with center flip-up section aggressive step
  • Rear upper windows: Standard, tint fixed
  • Reflectors: Six total, four rear and two front
  • Roll up flooring: 3″ recessed
  • Skirt rails: Diamond plate
  • Striping: Single belt (optional)
  • Undercoat: Per QVM Industry guidelines
  • Upholstery: Choice of optional colors
Doors
  • Door hold opens: Grabber style on rear doors
  • Handles, interior: Handicap style on all entry doors, antimicrobial
Seating
  • Attendant seat: Captain’s chair on storage box with Per4Max Seatbelt
  • Cot mount: Ferno or Stryker
  • CPR seat: Street-side with Per4Max Seatbelt and telemetry area
  • Squad bench dual position with Per4Max Seatbelt
Compartments
  • Backboard storage: Right rear compartment, vertical
  • Dividers: Two aluminum, adjustable in RR compartment for backboards
  • License plate holder: Recessed in rear kick plate with LED Light
  • Lining: Diamond plate
  • Oxygen cylinder rack: Aluminum, LF compartment
  • Shelves: One total, aluminum in exterior compartment
  • Straps: One total, in right rear compartment for backboards
Cabinets/countertops
  • Action area cabinet: Laminated countertop
  • Laminate: Choice of optional colors
  • Partition door cabinet: Recessed swing door with sliding window (Talkthrough on GM Chassis)
  • Polycarbonate: Gray tinted or clear with full handles
  • RF cabinet: Wood doors with inside/outside access
Electrical system
  • TraumaHawk Telematics AVI System
  • 12vdc outlets: Two cigar outlets
  • 125vac outlets: Two total, one action area, one RF-ALS
  • Batteries: OEM
  • Battery Switch: Cole Hersee 2484-16
  • Coax cable: One tagged at both ends
  • Console: Wood between cab seats
  • Electrical cabinet: Behind attendant’s seat
  • Electrical system: With LED diagnostics (Multiplex on Freightliner and Navistar)
  • Oxygen outlets: Two total, Ohio style
  • Shoreline: inlet on street-side
  • Wiring: Color, name and number coded with as built schematics on USB drive
Emergency alert
  • Backup alarm: With auto reset switch
  • Siren: Whelen WS-295
  • Siren speaker: Dual 100 watt
Lighting
  • Action area light: LED
  • Clearance lights: LED on front and rear
  • Dome lights: LED for both streetside and curbside
  • Indicator lights: Door, compartment ajar, low voltage and battery on cab console
  • Load lights: Two Whelen on rear
  • Scene lights: Two Whelen on each side
  • Side marker lights: On sides of body
  • Tail lights: Triple light cluster on rear
  • Third brake lights: Mounted over rear doors
  • Warning package lights: Whelen perimeter lighting
Environmental
  • Heat-A/C: Ceiling ducted
  • Insulation: Reflectix circumferential package
Safety
  • Antimicrobial Recessed Overhead Grabrail
  • Complies with all SAE Standards
  • Seatbelt Harness System: Per4Max
  • Crash Tested Modular Body
  • Emergency Entry Door Release Latches

Models

Choose from medium-duty ambulance chassis models below.

Model Length Width Headroom
Navistar 4300 164″ 95″ 72″
Freightliner 164″ 95″ 72″
Ford F-650 172″ 95″ 72″
GM C-4500 148″ 95″ 68″
GM C-5500 172″ 95″ 68″

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