Skoda will provide bespoke blue-light conversions for its new fully electric Enyaq iV model, from July.
Ambulance conversion specialist VCS has built a new Rapid Response Vehicle (RRV) based on the Jaguar I-Pace, which allows ambulance services to reduce CO2 emissions.
Skoda has developed a specially modified version of its new Octavia vRS for police fleets, as part of its bespoke emergency services provision.
Toyota is hoping to expand its fleet sales in the public sector by supplying regional Police forces with Corolla patrol cars.
Euro NCAP has launched Euro Rescue, a new app that helps emergency responders to understand the construction of a vehicle to help safely remove occupants following a collision.
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service has added 30 new Skoda Kodiaqs to its fleet to be used by senior officers to respond to emergency incidents quickly.
Ford Special Vehicle Projects (SVP) is providing essential support to the nation’s blue-light fleets as they battle the Coronavirus.
Škoda has bolstered its blue light fleet offering by converting the Karoq for use use by the emergency services.
Brightwells has been awarded a four-year contract by the Home Office to sell vehicles and plant used by the emergency services.
Ford has developed technology that sends a signal from an emergency services vehicle directly to nearby drivers, so that they will know exactly where the siren is coming from, and how far away it is.
Dacia has provided a Duster to Emergency Rider Volunteers to transport blood and blood products to patients in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Northamptonshire.
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