Each McCoy Miller Type I ambulance is built on a modular body that delivers a 142-, 146-, 163- or a 170" box length, as well as 66-72" of headroom for maximum versatility in the field. These emergency vehicles provide universal appeal, giving crews their choice of a Chevy, Dodge or Ford ambulance chassis — and all built in an ISO certified factory.
- The preferred model among many fire departments due to its deeper engine design, Type I ambulances are built with a truck-style cab that provides ease of maintenance.
- McCoy Miller utilizes an Excel electrical system, a modular printed circuit board that allows for easy panel additions, as well as the ability to change functions.
- The chassis’ on these emergency vehicles offer a higher gross vehicle weight rating on three versatile sizes, which means you can house more equipment and passengers without worry.