Ambulance Remounts


Reduce, ReUse & Remount

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At Crestline, we are committed to keeping your ambulance on the road. Remounting is an environmentally responsible and economical solution to extend the life of each unit.

Remounting and refurbishing an existing ambulance extends the life of your unit and can save you anywhere from 20% to 50%, over buying a new unit.

Benefits of a Crestline remount
  • Experienced team of ambulance remount professionals
  • QVM (Qualified Vehicle Modifiers) Certified Remounter
  • Minimal vehicle downtime
  • Type I and Type III Conversions
  • Original Crestline Lifetime Structural Warranty applies
  • Lower overall cost of ownership
  • CrestCoat Powder Coat stands up over vehicle lifetime for advanced durability
  • Fully certified: meets or exceeds GVS V2.0 remountable standards, Transport Canada CMVSS and U.S.A. FMVSS
Built with remount-ability in mind
Our ambulance manufacturing process involves mounting the chassis at the end of the production cycle, not at the beginning. This innovation results in a finished ambulance that has fewer hidden components, and time savings in the range of 50%, over traditional mounted ambulance bodies.

Remount packages
While we can customize remount orders according to each customer’s requirements, here are two standard remount packages to help start your ambulance remount project:

The need for major refurbishment is low, this is good for vehicles that are not reliant on the latest technology or already have it installed. It supports a business model that is extending fleet coverage by remounting vehicles in addition to the purchase of new vehicles to build the fleet.

While the ambulance body is remounted, it is repaired, painted, and the latest technologies and layouts can be retrofitted. This type of remount allows for a lower cost with similar functionality to a new vehicle. 

Remount Steps Standard Advanced
 Prep Chassis for remount (Chevy or Ford) +/- 20 hrs
 Electrical & mechanical functions are tested & recorded

 Pictures are taken for records & reference  

 Cab is stripped
 Remove module  
 New Chassis electrical harness  
 New mounting pucks  
 Remove & reinstall chassis lights & speakers  
 Remove & reinstall chassis cab components (console)  ✔   N/A
 Mount module on new chassis  
 New interior safety decals installed in cab  
 Test and re-cert oxygen  
 Perform final decalling  
 Final Quality Control inspection  
 Prepare old chassis for disposal  
 Upgrades as per customer specification (inside & outside)  
 Decals are stripped from conversion & new ones installed    
 New sirens & speakers    ✔ 
 Upgrade door hardware    
 Repair body or interior damage    
 Conversion body sent to paint shop for complete re-paint    
 New camera system installed    
 New LED lighting    
 New interior LED lighting    
 New cab console    
 Upgrade to LED toggle switches    
 Replace interior panels    
 Electrical upgrades such as inverter/batteries    
 Upgrade latest model features (new door handles)    
 Add additional exterior lighting    
 Upgrade conversion to new power-cot hardware    
*Additional work/items may be required to meet current Provincial/State standards.

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