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ACC Medlink's Major Fleet Expansion in December 2019

ACC Medlink has been waiting more than two years for their Mercedes Sprinter fleet expansion. This long awaited expansion was due to Amazon’s incredibly large purchase of these vehicles for their Prime delivery services. Although ACC Medlink’s fleet expansion had been delayed by Mercedes, they’ve recently received word on vehicle availability and are expecting to have the new 2020 Mercedes Sprinters with BlueTEC for clean emissions on the road for year end.

ACC Medlink specializes in long distance non-emergency medical transportation. Since they’ve been in business, more than 10,000 customers have been served well over a distance of 9 million miles. They have a fleet of Mercedes Sprinter vans all across the nation to handle any non-emergency long distance medical transport. Each vehicle has three comfortable beds allowed for non-stop transport from 300 to 3,000 miles. Medical professionals accompany the patient throughout the entire trip. The highly experienced medical professionals are chosen based on the needs of the patient. The medical professional gives the client that safe feeling that they’ll enjoy during their long transport.

In preparation of the new deliveries, the vehicles will go through an extensive process in Elkhart, Indiana to make them ready for this luxurious service, and incredibly safe for their customers. A structural engineer prepares each and every vehicle. An inspection service runs a crash simulation on the structural integrity of the materials used inside of the Mercedes Sprinter. They check the strength of the bed-plate welding, fittings, chairs, and other items in the back of the van. The goal of the inspections are to ensure that the modifications provide the safest possible vehicle for ACC Medlink customers. Since safety is the number one priority, ACC Medlink takes the extra steps to ensure the safety of all passengers aboard their medical transport vehicles. Other companies have a common bed in the back of their vans with extremely thin legs that were not designed for mobile application. If an accident were to occur, those legs could crumble and make matters worse.

As a company dedicated to providing a luxurious experience for long distance medical transportation, ACC Medlink goes above and beyond to make that a reality. They don’t use recreational vehicles (RVs), they don’t use minivans, they use the only D.O.T approved vehicle for medical transportation. The Mercedes Sprinter has long been an incredibly reliable vehicle specialized in safety, which makes it the perfect vehicle for such an important service. The safety of ACC Medlink’s customers is non-negotiable.

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