1 - Vehicles must comply with the Road Traffic Law and vehicles that will obtain an ambulance license for the first time must not be more than 5 (five) years old. Vehicles that have previously obtained an ambulance license and are over 5 (five) years of age can be examined for technical and medical equipment every two years, and the permits of those who are eligible can be extended up to the age of 15 (fifteen).
2 - Vehicles will be of monoblock body panel van type or pick-up type with patient cabin.
3 - The length, width and heights of the patient cabin must be at least in the dimensions specified in the table below. The original external dimensions of the vehicle trader will be kept in the land type or specially equipped ambulances not specified in the table.
4 - With the siren device, there should be a blue beacon light at the front and rear of the vehicle.
5 - There should be a vehicle radio and at least one hand-held radio, and there should be an internal communication system that will provide communication between the driver's quarters and the patient cabin.
6 - The doors in the cabin should be suitable for stretcher entrance, the rear doors should be able to open at least 90 degrees. In addition to the rear entrance, there should be an alternative exit door in the patient compartment.
7 - There should be at least 2 external screened windows in the patient cabin.
8 - There should be ventilation, heating and lighting systems in the patient cabin.
9 - There should be a hand holding place on the ceiling at the upper level of the stretcher.
10- There should be a lockable medicine compartment in the cabin.
11- Exhaust outlet; It should be in a position away from the doors so that the exhaust gas does not enter.
12- Vehicles must have a special suspension system that will ensure smooth patient transport.
13- The assembly and features of all electrical parts, devices and materials to be used in the design and equipment of ambulances must comply with the TS-EN 1789 standard.
14- Each vehicle must have at least two 2-liter fire extinguishers.
15- Each vehicle should have at least one seat belt, iron lever and emergency hammer.
Note: Vehicle radio is not included.
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