When New York-based Mohawk Ambulance’s Vice President Jim MacPartlon finds an ambulance he likes, he sticks with it for a long time. That’s been the case for almost nine years, says MacPartlon, who has nothing but good things to say about Demers’ vehicles.
“Our drivers love them,” he says. “They like the design, and they know they’re a high-quality, safe ambulance to work in. We’ve also been pleased with the low maintenance costs because of the way they’re built. We estimate that we’ve gained 10% to 12% fuel efficiency with these vehicles.”
Mohawk was one of the first New York agencies to purchase ambulances from Canadian manufacturer Demers, says MacPartlon.
“They’re an easy company to work with,” he says. “We asked for a few minor changes, and they were very receptive to making those changes. They did it right the first time.”