Mercedes Sprinter Ambulance

Africa Mercedes Sprinter Ambulance; We have completed the production of Mercedes Sprinter Emergency type ambulances. It took two days to transmit ambulances to Tunis. We determined the elapsed time among order confirmation and output for only two weeks. We manufactured the ambulances as an emergency type. The model year of the ambulance is 2018. The vehicles are the diesel engine and manual transmission. Mercedes Sprinter Ambulance, which is mainly ordered for Tunis, had Eur 3 engine features. We manufactured the oxygen system, which is used in the Mercedes ambulances, as a French type. The French type ambulance oxygen systems’ tube and regulator receptacle are different from German ones. Tunis ambulance service duties are more improved compared with other north African countries. It is accessible to reach the city center from rural areas in Tunis by Africa Mercedes Sprinter Ambulance. We located a central stretcher, having a 10g crash test certificate, into the ambulance. It weighs 42 kilograms, and it has 160 kilograms bearing capacity. 

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