To learn more about what separates Demers from other ambulance manufacturers, click here.
To get a more comprehensive look at the advantages of remounting an ambulance, click here.
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Demers, as we know the company today, began in 1960 in Beloeil, Quebec, Canada. It was formed for the unique purpose of building high-quality ambulances - something they continue to this day. As a relatively new manufacturer to the US, Demers has become a welcome addition to the premium emergency vehicle market. In 2015, they celebrated 55 years of success in the industry, with over 18,000 ambulances sold in over 20 countries. With a history as rich and decorated as Demers', there's no question that you can trust any Demers product to stick with you for quite some time.
Pinnacle Emergency Vehicles is proud to represent Braun, Demers, and Medwerks. We truly believe that these brands are the best ambulance manufacturers on the market, in a variety of price ranges and specifications. Think you can't afford a new ambulance? Think again. We'll help you out every step of the way to make sure you're choosing the product that best fits your service's needs. Click on the logos below for information on models, pricing, and much more!
There are many advantages when you choose to remount an ambulance rather than buying a new unit altogether. The biggest three reasons you should do this are if:
-You're on a strict, smaller budget
-You have time restraints that require a new ambulance quick
-You want comprehensive, custom options
By taking a close look at the graphic, you can gain more specific information about why remounting an ambulance may be the right choice for you. Beyond what is on the graphic, improvements can be made on the hardware, interior lighting, flooring, climate control, and safety areas on your unit. All of these combined helps to create a like-new ambulance for a fraction of the cost.
One of the key features of Braun Ambulances is their
commitment to quality and safety. To support this commitment, they completed the industry's first rollover module crash testing. The rollover test created minor exterior body damage at the points of impact, but there was absolutely no interior penetration into the occupant area. Braun has a long history of leading the industry in innovation and safety, and this is just one of the ways they continue to do so. Watch the video for yourself, and see why so many people choose to drive "Braun Strong".