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The UK's first all-electric ambulance will be out on the streets of Coventry

The first crew to try out the new vehicle has given it the thumbs-up.

Eight-year-old girl says thanks to NHS and key workers with ‘awesome’ window display

A Chesterfield schoolgirl is helping to spread love to our key workers and communities with a special, personalised, window display, thanking key workers during the Coronavirus pandemic.

Proud title sponsors of the Motor Source Emergency Services Football League.

The ESFL (Emergency Services Football League) brings together the emergency services of the UK in a competitive, flexible league – the only one of its kind in the UK. Motor Source Group are proud to be title sponsors of this league, working to improve the health and wellbeing of those serving in the UK’s emergency services.

Dunsfold’s famous tarmac bows to blind doctor’s lappery

Having lost his sight six years ago, Dr Amit Patel, an NHS ‘First-Response’ medic, has proved that he still has an instinct for rapid, precise driving, states Iain Robertson, when he powered around the Top Gear test track.

Hyundai stretches credible accessibility with Elevate concept

Applauding Hyundai’s design enterprise, Iain Robertson appreciates that more specialised equipment is essential for the emergency services and showing this remarkable concept at January’s CES event is more than just stepping out.

Skoda’s commitment to London Air Ambulance

Ease of driving and other customer parameters lie behind the continued support of London’s Air Ambulance service, reports Iain Robertson, for a brand that is recognised across the country for its raft of dependable and applicable strengths.

Fiat makes government-supported boast for its ambulance conversions

Fiat Professional is leading the way towards saving the UK government millions of pounds next year, reports Iain Robertson, thanks to its broad range of panel van-based ambulances and emergency services vehicles.

Wales leads way in transport provision

Thousands of outpatients across Wales will be able to attend essential appointments in comfort and safety after the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust (WAST) enhanced its fleet with 67 specially-converted new Renault Master ambulances.

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