Retired O&H Vehicle to aid Charity in Mongolia

This July an O&H Passenger Transport Service (PTS) conversion will be joining the Mongolia Charity Rally on an epic 10,000 mile pan-continental road trip from London to the Mongolian capital city of Ulaanbaatar. The vehicle will then be donated to Go Help’s flagship ambulance service in Mongolia! The 2006 Renault Master an ex-West Midlands Ambulance Service PTS vehicle was recently purchased and restored by Mr and Mrs Cornago, with a little help from O&H. The vehicle will shortly commence the long journey which negotiates some rough landscapes including mountain ranges, deserts and near inhospitable lands to eventually arrive at Ulaanbaatar. O&H Patient Transport Service Ambulance Conversions O&H Vehicle Conversions offer a large range of fully tested and certified PTS ambulances compliant to CEN: 1789 based on vehicles from Renault, Vauxhall, Fiat, Peugeot, Citroen and Mercedes. O&H PTS vehicles main features include a personalised seating and stretcher layout, tail lift, wedge or manual ramp, overhead lockers, upright cupboards, privacy glass, blinds, oxygen storage & pipe work, heating/ ventilation and external livery. Go Help Charity Go Help is a UK adventure charity that is committed to working with local communities in Central Asia and Central America to improve their access to education and healthcare services. It is run by volunteers and begun as an effort to launch and operate ambulance services in third world countries. The cause is now much broader and they endeavor to help local organisations. Go Help’s fundraising platform is called Charity Rallies, which runs the Mongolia Charity Rally, the Roof of the World Charity Rally, and the MesoAmerica Charity Rally. For more information on O&H Vehicle Conversions products and services please visit: www.oh-vehicleconversions.co.uk or contact 01405 769867 or email sales@oh-vehicleconversions.co.uk For more information on the rally please visit http://mongolia.charityrallies.org.
Retired O&H Vehicle to aid Charity in Mongolia