What We Do


Global Aid Vehicles have been supplying ambulances to charities, clinics and projects since 2006.


Decommissioned ambulances are sourced and bought from various Ambulance Services around the UK (predominantly St John Ambulance) and that’s when the hard work starts. Global Aid Vehicles will spend between 40 and 80 hours servicing and undertaking any maintenance work to ensure the vehicles are in perfect working order. The ambulances are sometimes modified both internally and externally to suit their new role. Previous livery is removed and new livery added.


Once an ambulance has found a new home, Global Aid Vehicles will assist with shipping as well as documentation needed for export. Additionally, detailed maintenance guides are provided so that the recipient charity will understand how to keep the ambulance in optimum condition and working order. Training is usually then given on how to operate the vehicle and its medical equipment.


There is strict criteria that recipients must fulfill