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Polaris Ranger 6×6 – Warwick EMS

Polaris Ranger 6x6 with EMS Rescue Skid
Warwick Emergency Medical Services


Warwick Emergency Medical Services uses their Polaris Ranger 6×6 to cover approx. 25 miles of the Appalachian Trail, where normal ambulance vehicles cannot reach.  The Ranger is also very helpful during large sporting events and gatherings where maneuvering amongst crowds makes a larger vehicle untenable.


Before Warwick Ambulance could use their Ranger 6×6, they needed to customize it a bit for their unique needs. For that, they turned to TerraTor Corporation and selected a EMSter™. The unit is designed to be able to get to a victim’s location where a normal ambulance cannot go and shuttle the victim back to the waiting ambulance.

The EMSter™ completely replaces the Ranger’s original bed.

Each standard unit consists of a box platform that can accommodate a flat board, stokes basket or a medical bed. Under the flat carry surface are 14 cubic inches of storage space. Behind the EMTs seat is further storage amounting to 2 cubic feet.

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TerraTor EMSter

2007 Polaris Ranger 6×6 EFI Specifications:

  • 1750 lb. payload

  • 1250 lb. cargo capacity

  • 15 cu. ft. cargo volume

  • 1750 lb. towing capacity

  • 44 mph top speed

  • On-Demand true 6-wheel drive

  • 6.25 in. rear suspension travel

  • 7.2 in. ground clearance

  • 499cc liquid-cooled 4-Valve 4-Stroke single cylinder

  • Fuel Capacity 8.0 gallons

  • Wheelbase 90 in.

  • Dry Weight 1410lbs.

  • Length/Width/Height 120x60x75 in

  • Automotive style 4-wheel hydraulic disc brakes

  • Seating for three

  • 2-inch receiver hitch

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